a Ray Cooney and John Chapman comedy 12.02.19 - 16.02.19
On the morning that advertising exec Timothy Westerby is to give his daughter away in marriage, an accidental bang on the head makes him see his latest ad campaign come to life, in the shape of a 1920s Flapper girl. Unfortunately, no-one else can see her, and the wedding day soon begins to descend into chaos.
Ray Cooney and John Chapman wrote and acted in many plays for the West End, both individually and as a very successful partnership, creating such comedies as Move Over Mrs Markham and Not Now Darling.
This play was originally performed by EPP in 1982 in Ecclesfield Town Junior School