Present Laughter (2011)

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Poster by Dave Hollander

by Noël Coward

Directed by Dave Hollander

Performances: Tuesday 5th to Saturday 9th July 2011, Bell Theatre


Garry Essendine, a rather attractive yet self-absorbed actor, is about to embark on a tour of Africa, perhaps to stave off a mid-life crisis. As he tries to tidy up his affairs in preparation for the trip, he has to throw out a wide-eyed fan, deal with his long suffering secretary, placate his ex-wife and escape the attentions of an aspiring playwright. A fast-paced whirl of intrigue, love affairs and thwarted ambition, Present Laughter is Coward at his most autobiographical — and irrepressibly funny.




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Present Laughter (1972)

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