Black Comedy (2007)

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Poster by Stuart Draper

by Peter Shaffer

Directed by Emma Hillman

Performances: Tue 7th – Sat 11th August 2007, Bell Theatre


This hilarious play is set in a London flat during an electrical blackout. Brindsley Miller and his fiancée Carol Melkett have "borrowed" the fancy furniture from neighbour Harold Gorringe's flat in order to impress Carol's father, Colonel Melkett. Brindsley, an artist, is afraid that the Colonel will not give up his daughter to a starving artist. Things go awry when the lights go out, leaving Brindlsey helpless as characters arrive, one by one.




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See Also

Black Comedy (1971)


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