Time And Time Again: A TimelineThe Timeline offers a chronological view of significant events in the history of the play Time And Time Again; it only lists major productions and does not include the vast majority of the many professional and amateur productions of the play.
Alan Ayckbourn writes Time And Time Again.
8 July 1971
World premiere of Time And Time Again at The Library Theatre, Scarborough, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
7 August 1972
Time And Time Again, directed by Eric Thompson, opens in Brighton for two weeks prior to a West End transfer.
16 August 1972
London premiere of Time And Time Again at the Comedy Theatre, London, directed by Eric Thompson.
3 March 1973
Time And Time Again closes at the Comedy Theatre, London.
Samuel French publishes the acting edition of Time And Time Again.
Time And Time Again is made available for professional production; the first production takes place in Folkestone (28 June) and by October 1973, 13 repertory theatres have already staged the play in the UK.
18 March 1974
First UK tour of Time And Time Again opens at the Sheffield Crucible, directed by Roy Patrick and produced by Cameron Macintosh.
20 June 1974
HRH Queen Elizabeth II sees Time And Time Again when it tours to Windsor Theatre Royal.
18 May 1976
Television adaptation of Time And Time Again broadcast in the UK on ITV, directed by Casper Wrede.
17 June 1976
Television adaptation of Time And Time Again broadcast in America on PBS.
23 May 1983
Major UK tour of Time And Time Again begins at the Theatre Royal, Lincoln, directed by Kim Grant and produced by Paul Elliott.
29 May 1986
Revival of Time And Time Again at the Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round, Scarborough, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
20 January 1987
The revival of Time And Time Again begins a UK tour which will go on to tour Canada.
28 July 2005
Revival of Time And Time Again at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
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