Don’t Dress for Dinner

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Don’t Dress for Dinner

dlr Mill Theatre, Tuesday 12th February - Saturday 16th February 2019

The R&R makes a welcome return to The Mill Theatre this spring with the hilarious farce comedy Don’t Dress For Dinner. Based on the original French production of Pyjama Pour Six.

Robin Hawdon adapted the play for English-speaking audiences which opened on The West End in 1991 playing to packed houses and critical acclaim. During its original run, one reviewer for The Guardian put it “Hurtling along at the speed of light, Marc Canoletti's breathtaking farce is a near faultless piece of theatrical invention. Within seconds we are drawn into a delicious web of marital treachery which accelerates with classic symmetry to an all-star denouement…”


Date:
Tuesday 12th February - Saturday 16th February 2019
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€18 | €20
Address:
dlr Mill Theatre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland

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