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When her wealthy, unmarried niece Virginia comes to stay, Mrs Munning is desperate to show that her golden boy, son Paul is prime husband material, and turn the family's fast-developing money worries into a thing of the past. But for their increasingly elaborate scheme to have any chance of success, they must keep Paul's unconventional, underachieving younger brother Zack out of the way and out of trouble, and that proves to be anything but easy in Harold Brighouse's tender and hilarious comedy classic.Performers Justin Moorhouse, Polly Hemmingway, Martin Miller, Samantha Power, Kelly Price, Pearce Quigley, James Quinn, Will Tacey, Michelle Tate.
Author Harold Brighouse. Producer Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester. Director Greg Hersov. Design Laurie Dennett. Costume Laurie Dennett. Lighting Richard Owen. Sound Steve Brown. Director Kim Pearce (assistant).
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