Let Sleeping Wives Lie

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Let Sleeping Wives Lie is a farce by British playwrights Harold Brooke [1] (1910-1995) and Kay Bannerman [2] (1919-1991).

Published in London by Evans, 1968.

Performance history in South Africa

1971: Presented by St John Players at the St John's Theatre, Durban, directed by Eddie Winship, from 18 to 28 August.

1974: Opening Tuesday 17 December at the Labia Theatre presented by Pieter Toerien and Shirley Firth starring Sandra Duncan, Charles Little, Ian Gardiner, Clive Scott and Jerry Stovin.


Wikipedia [3].

Theatre programme held by NELM (1971 production): [Collection: KORT, Maurice]: 2012. 379. 20. 2.

Let Sleeping Wives Lie theatre programme, 1974.

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