Outrageous Fortune

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Outrageous Fortune is a farce written by the English writer Ben Travers [1] (1886-1980) after World War Two. It was described as an elaborate tangle about stolen ration cards and a Hertfordshire manor house and country police.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

Produced by the Brian Brooke Company, date and venue unknown.


Photocopies of programmes for productions by the Brian Brooke Company, held by NELM: [Collection: ASCH, Valda]: 2005. 65. 7. 11.

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