FINAL WEEK TO SEE THE OFF WEST END AWARD-NOMINATED PRODUCTION
★★★★★ “Rollickingly good fun” The Reviews Hub
★★★★ “Paul Miller’s delightful production fizzes with fun… Make hay with a glorious night of theatre.” Evening Standard
★★★★★ “Delightful comedy” Essentially Surrey
★★★★★ “Precise comic timing from the cast… a delightfully stylish evening of period style and a sprightly tonic for our times.” Plays to See
★★★★ “Comes up fresh as paint” The Guardian
★★★★ “Crackles with double entendres and mischievous misunderstandings” Financial Times
★★★★ “A welcome return for Terence Rattigan's sparkling and naughty farce” Broadway World
★★★★ “A lot of laughs… Miller’s production is one of immense charm.” The Stage
★★★★“This delightfully frothy farce is exquisitely structured and feels full of life…Miller’s delightful production is exactly the tonic needed in the run-up to Christmas” The Reviews Hub
★★★★ “So many laughs you might opt to see it twice.” London Theatre 1
“Gloriously funny… Miller’s production is consummately skilled, its comic timing immaculate and every character rendered with panache, revelling in and unravelling in Rattigan’s silken cats’ cradle of silliness.” The Times
“There are plenty of laughs while Paul Miller’s triumphant production of Terence Rattigan’s brilliant comedy lights up the stage. This is one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a long time.” Once A Week Theatre
“A masterpiece… outstanding in every way” Fringe Review
On the eve of his wedding, the young Earl of Harpenden – Bobby to his friends – has offered his room to Joe, an American soldier he drunkenly met the night before. When Bobby’s fiancée Lady Elizabeth turns up, Joe makes a move, thinking she must be Bobby’s ex, the wonderful Mabel Crum. But a Free French lieutenant also has eyes for her… And to complicate matters, Bobby’s future father-in-law turns up too. London in the Blitz, and identities get confused: time to make hay…
This first major London revival of Rattigan’s delectably charming comedy in decades had an acclaimed sold out run in 2019. It was the writer’s greatest hit playing for over 1,000 performances in the West End when it opened in 1943.
OT On Screen
The play will also be live-streamed so you can watch it at home.
Livestream performance 12 January BOOK HERE
Also available on demand 21 – 24 January BOOK HERE
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