The hilarious follow-up to 'Boeing Boeing'


11 May - 1 July

Evening shows from Tues - Sat.
Thursday matinees 22 & 29 June.
Saturday matinees every week.
Sunday matinees from 21 May (excl. 28 May).

With his wife out of town, an alibi from his best friend Robert, and Suzette, a Cordon Bleu cook, lined up to prepare gourmet delights, Bernard thinks he’s planned the perfect romantic weekend for his glamorous French mistress, Suzanne.
But when Bernard’s wife, Jacqueline, hears the news that her secret lover Robert – ooh, la, la – is visiting for the weekend, she decides to stick around for a surprise tryst of her own.
An evening of hilarious confusion ensues as Bernard improvises at breakneck speed! Suzanne becomes the cook, Suzette becomes the lover, the wife becomes increasingly suspicious and the friend is completely bewildered.
Written by Marc Camoletti, Don’t Dress For Dinner has all the earmarks of the classic French farce: marital infidelity, misunderstandings and mistaken identities. You don’t want to miss it!


Matinee performances:
Bar open from 12pm.
Lunch served between 12:15pm and 2pm.
Performance starts at 2:15pm.
Evening performances:
Bar open from 6pm.
Dinner served between 6:15pm and 8pm.
Performance starts at 8:15pm.

Please note: every ticket comes with a home-cooked two-course meal.
Directed By:
Ron Aldridge
Written By:
Marc Camoletti
Adapted By:
Robin Hawdon
Set Designer:
Jackie Dougan
Costume Designer:
Natalie Titchener
Fight Director:
Alison De Burgh
Cast List:
Amber Edlin – Jacqueline
Carla Freeman – Suzanne
Rikki Lawton – Robert
Stephen Oswald – George
Nick Waring – Bernard
Finty Williams – Suzette


“Hurtling along at the speed of light, this breathtaking farce is a near faultless piece of theatrical invention. Within seconds we are drawn into a delicious web of marital treachery which accelerates with classic symmetry to an all-star denouement”

The Guardian