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Why Not Stay For Breakfast? archiveGeorge Clarke is a civil servant, a respected member of the Establishment, living quite happily on his own in a flat in Hampstead - until Louise Hamilton, a young and very pregnant girl, arrives on his doorstep. In this wonderfully funny play we see George's ordered life turned upside down when he offers her refuge and is soon bombarded with babies, nappies and Louise's ex-lover.

Author Ray Cooney. Author Gene Stone.

Archive listings for Why Not Stay For Breakfast?

Work type: Play.


Producer Sheringham Summer Theatre 2003.
9 Sep 03 to 13 Sep 03Little Theatre, Sheringham :: V74
listing details L615463104


Director Ian Masters. Design Emily Cross. Lighting Raymond Cross. Costume Jane Kidd. Performer Giles Watling. Performer Tilly Gaunt. Performer Ben Farrow.
7 Aug 01 to 8 Sep 01The Mill, Sonning :: V739
listing details L2120705786

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