Bedroom Farce

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Bedroom Farceis a comedy in two acts by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn.

The original text

World Premiere: 16 June 1975, The Library Theatre, Scarborough, London Premiere: 16 March 1977. Published by Samuel French, 1977.

Translations and adaptations

Performance history in South Africa

1982: First produced in South Africa by The Company at the Market Theatre opening 25 May 1982. Directed by Graham Armitage, with Michael Richard, Helen Jessop, Yvonne Banning, Kenneth Baker, Diane Appleby, John Lesley, David Eppel, Tammy Bonell.

1982: From 23 June 1982 Ken Leach directed a Baxter Company '82 production with James Irwin (Ernest), Joy Stewart-Spence (Delia), Henry Goodman (Malcolm), Grethe Fox (Kate), Bill Flynn (Trevor), Annelisa Weiland (Susannah), Richard Cox (Nick), Fiona Ramsay (Jan) at the Baxter Theatre. Designer Peter Krummeck, lighting Winston Cowie.

Sources

Bedroom Farce theatre programme (Baxter Company '82).

Barrow, Brian & Williams-Short, Yvonne 1988.

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