|Booking From:||Friday, 28th April 2017|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 25th February 2018|
|Running Time:||2 Hours 5 Minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Suitable for ages 8+|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sun:||3.00pm and 7.00pm|
Having spent over 50 years in amatuer/armature/amater theatre. And having experienced many,many 'cock-ups' this play was like bathing in champagne .... the timing of gags was perfect! I have never laughed so much..at times in tears of joy.
What a team of gifted performers and production team. Not least of whom was the dog..what a trooper. Best comedy ever.
Went to see this last night with my wife and children and laughed all the way through its great slap stick. To the one star reveiws you have a sense of humour of a Lemming !
Came to see this play with a friend in May and loved it so much that I am back tonight with my 12 year old daughter - 11th Aug 2015 to see if she gets what I find so funny
As an amateur actress myself I understood completely which made it all the more hysterical
I was crying with laughter even before the show started at 2.30 p.m. My friend and I found it extremely funny from start to finish - so polished, and well executed - brilliant all through and would highly recommend it to all ages. Well done to you all...whatever your names are!
What a brilliant play,bought tickets as a last resort as we had left it to late for miss sygon.Thank goodness, I have not laughed so much in ages,please bring it to Cornwall,I will be in the front row, please please please!
Went with eight friends and family on Saturday 25th July 2015. Every single one of us without exception thought that this play was superb. We could not stop laughing, even during the interval! If you get a chance this is a must see show. 5 stars is not enough
So much fun, brilliant team, hilarious!
Saturday Matinee 20 Jun 2015 Absolutely brilliant
Standing ovation well earnt Very comical and characters of the actors shone through. Will book their next show for sure.
Perfect afternoon out. Hope the cast found their Spaniel.10/10
A true British farce which is acted with perfect split second timing. I'm sure each performance is slightly different as the cast use their ingenuity and wit. Top hint: get into your seat as soon as you can or you might miss some of the pre start antics in stage which are alluded to later...
I'm not sure what the world record for laughing in a two hour period is, but I'm pretty sure I broke it watching this play! Loved it!
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