Philip Markham, a publisher of children’s books, is asked by his business partner, Henry Lodge, if he can borrow the flat for the evening to gallivant with his latest girlfriend. As Philip and his wife will be out, he reluctantly agrees. At the same time, Joanna Markham is being persuaded by Linda Lodge to let her borrow the empty flat in order to entertain her lover……. chaos ensues – this farce first appeared at the Richmond Theatre in 1969 starring Ray Cooney and William Franklyn.
Published by English Theatre Guild
This copy is marked up for sound – there are notations written in ink throughout – and on the cover. The text is all visible. A good reading copy.