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The Colonel's only son has married an older woman, worse still, she's a divorcee with a 'past'. Now they're going to have to welcome her into their closely controlled middle class home - what will people think? First performed in 1925.Performers Greta Scacchi (Larita Whittaker), Wendy Craig (Mrs Whittaker), Michael Jayston (Colonel Whittaker), William Buckhurst (Hon Hugh Petworth), Andrew Clover (John Whittaker), Simon Cole (Bobby Coleman), Evroy Deer (Charles Burleigh), Zulema Dene (Mrs Phillips), Elizabeth Dermot-Walsh (Hilda Whittaker), Paul Doust (Henry Furley), Lou Gish (Sarah Hurst), Paul Moody (Marion Whittaker), Alex rittner (Nina Vansittart), Michael Stroud (Furber).
Author Noel Coward. Director Maria Aitken. Choreographer Stuan Leslie. Design Frank Hallinan Flood. Lighting Peter Mumford. Sound Matt McKenzie. Costume John Bright. Costume Binne Bowerman (associate). Music Howard Davidson.
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