FOLLOWING the streaming of the stage play, Romeo and Juliet, the Garrick Playhouse plans to show Ross & Rachel.

Filmed on the Garrick stage, Ross & Rachel, by James Fritz, tells the mind-bending, heartbreaking story of what happens when a couple who were always meant to be together, get together – and stay together.

This dark and compromising play explores romance, expectation, mortality and the idea of happy-ever-after sold to us by rom-coms and sitcoms, and how this affects real-life relationships Directed by Carole Carr, it will be performed by Fiona Primrose.

The play is for over-14s only. Show time, from May 10 to 15, is 7.30pm and tickets are priced £10 individuals or £15 per household, from the Garrick website.