There's a Girl in My Soup (1976)
Produced by Mark Powell
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.
- Robert Danvers - John Anderson
- Clare Dorlation-Finch - Chris Tiller
- Andrew Hunter - David Guest
- Porter - Charles Cheetham
- Paola - Lindsay Black
- Marion - Jan Treacher
- Jimmy - Malcolm Saunders
- Stage Manager - Mike Mawby
- Assistant Stage Manager - Bill Curd
- Lighting - Tony Wilson
- Sound Recording - Mike Mawby
- Sound Operator - Dill
- Set Designer - Robert Clarke
- Set Construction - Syd Mark, Ray Seaton & Roy Savage
- Wardrobe - Chris Curd
- Production Assistant - John Kidd
- Front of House Manager - Helen Boutall
- Box Office Manager - Frank Howcutt
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