DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER - THE HILARIOUS COMEDY BY MARC CAMOLETTI ADAPTED BY ROBIN HAWDON
27th - 30th October 2021
The Walker Theatre, Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
Tickets available now: DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER
It’s Mad Cows’ LAST PRODUCTION! So let's have some FUN!!
MCP presents the long-running West End comedy hit DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER, a delicious web of marital treachery with all the ingredients for a laughter filled evening.
Bernard has planned a romantic rendezvous with his mistress, complete with a gourmet caterer and an alibi, courtesy of his friend Robert. But when Bernard’s wife learns that Robert will be visiting for the weekend, she decides to stay home and plan a surprise liaison of her own…
The stage is set for a collision course of assumed identities and outrageous infidelities. The cook is Suzette, the lover is Suzanne, the friend is bewildered, the wife is suspicious, the husband is losing his mind and everyone is guaranteed a good time at this hilarious romp.
This amateur production of “Don’t Dress For Dinner” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk
Wed £16.50, Sat Mat £17, Thu, Fri and Sat Eve £18.
Running Time: Approximately 120 mins
Tickets available now:
Previous productions by Alex and Lisa include:
- Agatha Christie's - Murder on the Nile
- Richard M. Shermand And Robert Sherman's - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
- Noel Coward's - Blithe Spirit
- The Full Monty - The Broadway Musical
- Noel Coward's Present Laughter
- Cole Porter's Anything Goes
- Agatha Christie's The Hollow
- Monty Python's Spamalot
- Ken Ludwig's The Game's Afoot
- Hairspray - The Broadway Muscial
- Michael Frayn's Noises Off
- The New Gershwin Musical Crazy For You
- Ken Ludwig's Lend Me A Tenor
- A Summer's Moosical Evening
- Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate
- Richards Bean's In The Club
- Bob Martin, Don McKellar, Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison's The Drowsy Chaperone
- Ray Cooney John Chapman's Not Now Darling
- The Mad Cows Moosical Evening
- Mel Brookes The Producers
- Ray Cooney and John Chapman's Move Over Mrs Markham
- Stephen Sondheim's A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
- Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft's 'Allo 'Allo.
- Michael Frayn’s Noises Off
- Richard Morris, Jeanine Tesori & Dick Scanlan’s Thoroughly Modern Millie (for SAOS)
- Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance (for SAOS)
- Stephen Sondheim’s A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum