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Sleeping Arrangements archiveBased on the best-selling novel of the same name, the musical tells the tale of Chloe who desperately needs a holiday. She's sick of making wedding dresses and her partner, Philip has troubles at work. Her wealthy friend Gerard has offered the loan of his luxury villa in Spain - Perfect. Hugh is not a happy man. His immaculate wife Amanda seems more interested in her new kitchen than him and he works so hard to pay for it, he barely has time for his children. Maybe he'll have a chance to bond with them on holiday. His friend Gerard has lent him a luxury villa in Spain - Perfect. Both families arrive at the villa and realise the awful truth - Gerard has double-booked. What no-one else realises is that Chloe and Hugh have a history, and as tensions rise, old passions resurface. It seems that Gerard's ?accidental' double booking may not be an accident after all...

Book by Sophie Kinsellsm. Music Chris Burgess. Lyrics Chris Burgess.

Archive listings for Sleeping Arrangements

Work type: Musical.


Producer Aria Entertainment. Director Robert McWhir. Musical Director Colin Billing. Design David Shields. Lighting Ben M Rogers. Sound Ben M Rogers. Performer Jenny Gayner (Chloe). Performer Grant Neal (Phillip). Performer Liza Pulman (Amanda). Performer Steve Serlin (Hugh). Performer Sabrina Aloueche (Jenna). Performer Adam Pettigrew (Sam).
17 Apr 13 to 12 May 13Landor Theatre, Inner London :: V254
listing details L1556597347

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