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by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Désvallières
Translated by John Mortimer

Directed by Keith Thompson

Saturday 4th – Saturday 11th January 1992 in the Auditorium

This witty, ribald and stylish translation remains true to the Feydeau spirit of backfiring, naughty wordplay. It contains the classic ingredients — thwarted lust, spiralling panic and a seedy hotel where the corridors see more action than the beds.

Pinglet takes his best friend’s wife to a dubious hotel. Far from a quiet evening of love, they encounter half of Paris, including most of their relatives and the Inspector of Public Morality!

Part of the Barn’s 1991/1992 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Benoit Pinglet-Dick Breeze
Angelique-Jo Davies
Henri Paillardin-Chris Gill
Marcelle-Amanda Smith
Maxime-Steve Thompson
Victoire-Jane Pennett
Matthieu-Dave Goodall
Violette-Anna Deacon
Margueritte-Zoë Rawling
Paquerette-Lucy Baker
Pervenchie-Anna Creak
Bastien-David Harrold
Boulot-Steve Thompson
Ernest-George Blee
The Duchess-Brenda Newey
Chervet-James Harper
Inspector Boucard-John Lloyd
Porters, Policemen, Hotel Guests-Ian Bage
George Blee
Keith Bridgeman
James Harper
John Lloyd
Juliet Lloyd
Iris Marshall
Sue Walters

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