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Holidaying in the Riviera, two aristocratic young women are wooed by two delicious young men. It transpires that the lads are part of a gang dedicated to alleviating the rich of their wealth. Whilst they and their criminal mentor are dressed incognito as a Spanish Gentleman, a Grandee and an ecclesiastical secretary, the girl's guardian, a rich and unpredictable woman mistakenly recognises them as old friends and invites them to stay with them. The farce that follows is rich in humour accompanied by a score influenced music hall and silent movies.Performers Kate Adams (Eve), Paul Benzing (Peterbono), Kieran Buckeridge (Dupont Dufort Jnr), Derek Crewe (Dupont Dufort Snr), Michael Lambourne (Gustav), Karen Mann (Lady Hurf), Louise Shuttleworth (Juliette), John Surman (Lord English), James Traherne (Hector), Hannah Tristram.
Author Jean Anouilh. Corporate Sponsor Horsey Lightly Fynn. Producer The Watermill. Translation Lucienne Hill. Director Andy Brereton. Music Janie Armour. Design Gary McCann. Lighting Oliver Fenwick.
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