It was back down in the Donmar stalls after my brief star-spotting spell in the circle for the Late Middle Classes which is set in the 1950's on the south coast.
The story revolves around a Middle class family with mother interested only in her first G&T, father absorbed in his work in a path lab and son who has just started taking piano lessons.
Both are superficial and often quite ghastly parents who manipulate their son Holliday (Holly) while the piano teacher Mr Brownlow seems to give him just a little bit too much attention. Too much so as to make you feel just a little bit uncomfortable but not enough to leave you without doubt.
The play is very funny at times - the father and son birds and bees chat scene is particularly good - but it is also moving and deliciously ambiguous. There was much discussion afterwards about what exactly goes on during the piano lessons and the walks on the beach. And then there is the trip to a concert in London which blows up in everyone's faces and changes all their relationships forever.