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A Little Hotel On The Side

Translated by John Mortimer | by Georges Feydeau and Maurice Désvallières
Directed by Keith Thompson
4th – 11th January 1992

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.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Directed by
Keith Thompson

CAST

Benoit Pinglet
Angelique
Henri Paillardin
Marcelle
Victoire
Matthieu
Violette
Margueritte
Paquerette
Pervenchie
The Duchess
Chervet
Inspector Boucard

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