Date nights, remember the days when you actually got away and carried on adult conversations?
We’re hoping this article kicks off a series of fun, unique and memorable ideas that will help you re-spark that connection and make you forget about those darling kids for a night! (just for the night, we promise!)
Recently we got a chance to venture out into the world and leave the kids behind and were excited to see the Lafayette Theater Company’s performance of “Sherlock Holmes, Assassins at Sea”.
The Lafayette theater is a fun, cozy environment with a delightful cast and a fun evening. Unfortunately it was also wrapping up it’s run. So, what’s coming up next for the Lafayette Theater? “Time of My Life” by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn and directed by Ian Gerber
Gerry Stratton has organized a family dinner at his favorite North London restaurant to celebrate his wife Laura’s 54th birthday. He proposes a toast to ‘happy times’ — but that is not exactly what occurs. Family skeletons come tumbling from all directions, some stories are ingeniously played out in reverse chronology, while Gerry and Laura remain in the present time analyzing their marriage and recalling first love.
No children’s tickets sold – great for date night!
“The Dali Follies” play festival is in July, so watch for information about that.
For tickets to the Theater Company of Lafayette
May 13th – June 4th. (Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 PM) One Sunday matinee on May 22 at 2 PM, and one Thursday evening performance on May 19th.
Tickets at: www.tclstage.org or call 1-800-838-3006
Recommended restaurant near the theater:
If you haven’t ventured north to old town Lafayette in a while, there are a host of great little restaurants to go to before or after (or both!)