J.B. Priestley's 1938 play When We Are Married follows three couples that were all married on the same day by the same vicar, reunited 25 years later. Though they all believe they resided in conjugal bliss the entirety of their marriages, various secrets come out and mishaps occur, all making for a farcical evening. Not revived again until the late 80s, When We Are Married has received a recent jump in popularity and the latest production will run at London's West End in the Garrick Theatre.
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