Twenty years after graduation, six former students return to their college for a reunion dinner in this late 1970s riotous farce which takes on the ... Show synopsis Twenty years after graduation, six former students return to their college for a reunion dinner in this late 1970s riotous farce which takes on the ridiculousness of English propriety. Seeing the reunion as a chance to escape the tedium of family and working life, the group seizes the opportunity for drunken buffoonery and to reminisce about - and relive - their jaunty college days in stuffy, middle-class, white, male Oxbridge college. In classic bedroom farce form, the group gets locked into the college overnight with the much-desired head master's wife and a cabinet minister. They and their high profile guests are flung into one embarrassing situation after another as they chase in and out of multiple bedroom doors, some in their underwear, with misunderstandings and mistaken identities- all the staples of classic farce. Frayn's extraordinary repartee raises the genre to new heights of wit and subtly as the group comedically ponders their varying degrees of success and the role of predestination and free-will in their life choices.