Culture in Blackpool?
The play was called Tartuffe. I won't bore you with the plot, because although it was good, if you want to know, click the link. It was written in rhyme, and very difficult to follow, kinda like Shakespeare, you have to listen to the words being spoken. It didn't help that a lady sitting aout 3 rows behind us had a medical emergency about 10 minutes in to the performance and an ambumlance had to be called. The performance was stopped for 5 minutes due to a "technical hitch" but soon got underway again.
Only 4 of us however, stayed to watch the 2nd half, the other 6 ran off to the pub, missing the funniest scene of the play, the first 5 minutes of the second half, a slapstick comedy involving profiteroles. Anyway, I'd reccomend it, while you have to concentrate, it is very funny, with many double entendres I can only assume not everyone understood. One of the guys who left at half time had had trouble understanding the words as we found out when we rejoined them in the pub later.