Outside Edge

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Hilarious English cricket comedy by Richard Harris which won Best Situation Comedy’ award. Set in a cricket pavilion but performed outdoors in the PumpHouse Amphitheatre.

Roger, the bossy captain of the team struggles to assemble his team to play against a visiting British Rail side. Those complications pall though, before others occurring among various wives and girlfriends. We soon discover that most of the blokes have dropped a googly of some sort in their relationships off the pitch.

There is trouble between Bob’s wife and ex-wife; Alex’s girl friend locks herself in the loo and Dennis flirts indiscriminately until his wife sets fire to his car. And that’s not all !  Blunt Maggie, a fearsome female bricklayer cuddles her tiny husband throughout while Miriam, champion tea-maker rebels against the bossy Roger and discovers what he got up to during an earlier team visit to Dorking.

Outside Edge had a fabulous West End run and was later made into a boisterous TV film.  Don’t miss this hilarious summer show in a perfect setting with several of Shoreside Theatre’s favourite performers.

March 14 – 24.  Eight performances at 7.30pm


Adult $25.00
Student $21.00
Group 7+ $21.00
Group 20+ $19.50
Friends of The PumpHouse $21.50
ShoreSide Member $15.00

Additional fees

Booking Fee $5.00 per booking
Card Processing Fee 2.5%

How to get tickets

Buy tickets online now from The PumpHouse Theatre box office:


Outside Edge poster A4