Private Fears In Public Places: A Timeline

The Timeline offers a chronological view of significant events in the history of the play Private Fears In Public Places; it only lists major productions and does not include the vast majority of the many professional and amateur productions of the play.

1993
Private Fears In Public Places is announced as Alan Ayckbourn's 46th play by the Stephen Joseph Theatre In The Round, Scarborough.

1994
Private Fears In Public Places is replaced in the schedule by Alan Ayckbourn with his actual 46th play Communicating Doors.

Summer 2004
During rehearsals for Drowning On Dry Land, Alan Ayckbourn announces he is writing a new and unscheduled play for the Stephen Joseph Theatre company.

10 August 2004
World premiere of Private Fears In Public Places at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.

2005
Private Fears In Public Places published by Faber in Alan Ayckbourn: Plays 3.

21 April 2005
Revival of Private Fears In Public Places at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.

5 May 2005
Private Fears In Public Places tours to the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond.

9 June 2005
Private Fears In Public Places tours to 59E59 Theaters, New York, as part of the Brits Off Broadway Festival.

1 September 2006
First professional UK revival of Private Fears In Public Places at the Library Theatre, Manchester, directed by Chris Honer.

2 September 2006
World premiere of the film Coeurs, an adaptation of Private Fears In Public Places directed by Alain Resnais, at the Venice Film Festival.

31 March 2007
UK premiere of
Coeurs under the plays' original title of Private Fears In Public Places.

2007
Private Fears In Public Places released on DVD in the UK, Europe and America.

22 June 2009
Revival of Private Fears In Private Places at the Royal & Derngate, Northampton, directed by Laurie Sansom, as part of the venue's Ayckbourn At 70 celebration.

2014
Private Fears In Public Places is released for performance by amateur companies.

31 May 2015
Dick & Lottie - the UK's only amateur company dedicated to Alan Ayckbourn's plays - perform
Private Fears In Public Places for the playwright in his rehearsal rooms as part of the company's 10th anniversary celebrations.

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