Award winning Fylde Coast Players are proud to bring Alan Ayckbourn's comic masterpiece 'Living Together' to Lytham. 'Living Together' is one of the plays in The Norman Conquest trilogy – this does not refer to '1066 and all that' but to Norman - a charming compulsive philanderer - who has a weakness for the ladies and his attempts to make everyone happy. Norman wants to cheer up his sister-in-law Annie (who has been left by the rest of the family to live at home and look after Mother). He arranges for them to spend a night of passion in that well-known romantic hotspot, East Grinstead. Annie's brother and his wife arrive to look after Mother for the weekend. What could possibly go wrong?Plenty! Annie gets cold feet and refuses to go. Norman decides to stay, and matters are not improved when his wife turns up together with Annie's erstwhile suitor, the taciturn Tom. So begins a traumatic family weekend. In Ayckbourn's sure hands the madness of the relationships are unpicked, revealing high flying comedy and deep domestic melancholy. This comedy of family manners is a fun evening don’t miss it!