There Goes the Bride

by  John Chapman, Ray Cooney

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  4m, 4f

"Had the audience gurgling with delight." - The London Sunday Times

"I found myself surrendering to the ceaseless bombardment of familiar nonsense laughing outright." - London Daily Mail

"A fiendishly clever farce that gets …

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    4m, 4f

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An extremely funny play about a young girl's forthcoming marriage and attitudes about premarital sex. Excerpts from the London reviews and the critics reaction can best describe this farce.
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Reviews

"Had the audience gurgling with delight." - The London Sunday Times

"I found myself surrendering to the ceaseless bombardment of familiar nonsense laughing outright." - London Daily Mail

"A fiendishly clever farce that gets madder and funnier as it goes along...Has pace, precision and wit." - London Daily Mirror

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  • Minimum Fee: $75 per performance

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Ray Cooney's Interview for Dave's Gone By
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Casting

4m, 4f

Ursula Westerby – 40s

Judy Westerby – 20s

Dr. Gerald Drimmond – Late 60s

Timothy Westerby – 40s

Bill Shorter – Late 40s

Daphne Drimmond – Late 60s

Polly Perkins – 22

Charles Babcock – 50s

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Authors

John Chapman

John Chapman

Ray Cooney

Ray Cooney began his theatrical career as a boy actor in Song of Norway at the Palace Theatre in 1946. He played in Dry Rot and Simple Spymen and then began a writing career which, to date, has sent eighteen plays to the West End including

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