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Don’t Just Lie There, Say Something

By Michael Pertwee
Directed by Eric Chorley
9th – 17th July 2004

This rib-tickler, originally a Theatre of Laughter production, is set in Whitehall, where a leading politician is heading a campaign against permissiveness. He finds himself compromised, and in a frantic attempt to avoid discovery, gets involved with junior colleagues, the police, political agents, opposition MPs, urban guerillas, and a bevy of secretaries. Events lead to a hilarious climax.

Part of the Barn’s 2003-2004 Season.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Directed by
Eric Chorley

CAST

Sir William Mainwaring-Brown MP
Inspector Ruff
Wilfred Potts MP
Giselle Parkyn
Jean Fenton
Caretaker

CREATIVE TEAM

Set Design
Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Lighting
Production Secretary

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