Daisy Pulls It Off (1997)

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by Denise Deegan

Directed by Keefe Browning

Performances: Tues 3rd - Sat 7th June 1997 Bell Theatre


Daisy pulls it off is a parody of life in an English boarding school. The heroine, a girl from a poor background, is forced to face and overcome snobbish prejudice from the other schoolgirls. Along the way she searches for the missing treasure that could save the fortunes of the School and discovers the secret of the mysterious stranger seen around the grounds.

Like St Trinian's, the schoolgirls are played by older actresses, sometimes (again like St Trinian's) the headmistress is played by a man, but not in this production.




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