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Don't Dress for Dinner
Bernard is planning a cosy Parisian weekend with his mistress. He's booked a cordon bleu cook, There's just one slight problem - his wife! Destined to spend the weekend at her mothers, Jacqueline cancels the trip at the last minute, throwing Bernard's plans into complete disarray. Faced with impending disaster, Bernard resorts to desperate measures to hide his wayward love-life! It's an evening filled with mistaken identities, bribery and deception as plans go disastrously awry. Chaos and confusion reign as Bernard juggles his mistress, his wife, her lover, the cook. and the cook's husband - leaving the hapless Robert to take all the blame! Who is the real Suzy and exactly whose mistress is she? Will Bernard's secret be discovered? And just why is Jacqueline so upset by Robert's new found love? All will be revealed in this hilarious tale of adultery and farcical improvisation as a weekend of passion turns into a nuptial nightmare!
Archive :: production:T0186878116, play:S3051, venue:V433
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