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Farcical goings-on at Merton-cum-Middlewick vicarage. What happens when a vicar goes away, leaving his ex-actress wife to entertain a former colleague who has to dress up in her husband's clothes, and they're spotted by a nosy parishioner who reads too much into what she sees? And when the wife's uncle, a bishop, mistakes the colleague for her husband, and an escaped prisoner breaks into the house and also dresses up as a reverend, will the real vicar be able to disentagle fact from farce on his return?Performers Matt Rixon, Lucy Phelps, Michael Lambourne, Mark Denham, Oliver Lavery, Faye Winter, Philip Mansfield, Ashley Christmas, Terry Burns.
Author Philip King. Producer York Theatre Royal. Director Juliet Forster. Design Barney George. Lighting Alexandra Stafford-Marshall. Director Liam Evans-Ford (fight).
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