There's a Girl in My Soup (1976)

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by Terence Frisby

Produced by Mark Powell

Performances: Sun 4th – Sat 10th January 1976, Main Stage


Despite the odd problem and the odd wrinkle Robert Danvers - sophisticated, formidable, lady-killing, globe-trotting, internationally famous chef - seems to have everything going for him.

However, the odd problem is women - old flames, new flames and one in particular. How he tries to cope made a West End smash, a very successful film and now a hilarious evening's enetertainment.

The action takes place in Robert Danvers's flat in London.




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