Well, in England 1814 Iris loves Bel but is married to Roddy. Then, in 1914 Bel marries Roddy but of course she loves Iris (really and truly)! And then in 2014, Bel loves Iris and can marry Iris and Iris loves Bel and can marry Bel and neither marries Roddy as he's most emphatically not in want of a wife!
A Comedy of Manners where love travels across three centuries before a "real" wedding can take place!
To Be Wife appeared in a double bill with The Proposal - an updated adaption of Checkov's classic at the Hen and Chickens Theatre.
It was written in response to Britain finally legalising same-sex marriage and plays with the experience of lesbian/gay marriages in 2014 and then 100 years ago in 1914 and again 100 years further back into history in 1814.