|By Noel Coward|
Novelist Charles Condomine and his wife Ruth invite a medium to conduct a seance. When she raises the ghost of Charles' first wife Elvira they get much more than they bargained for! Ruth cannot see Elvira and thinks Charles has gone mad: once she realises what's happening the two women compete till Charles longs to escape.
When Noel Coward wrote this stylish farce in 1941 it was an instant success, setting a new record for a non-musical play in the West End. Witty, playful and fast-moving, it's guaranteed to provide a good evening out.
Not suitable for children under 12 years.
|Venue: Plaza Theatre|