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The Ladykillers tells the story of the eccentric little old lady Mrs Wilberforce who lives alone with her parrots in a strange lopsided house in King’s Cross. Her life is turned upside down by the arrival of Professor Marcus and his four friends, who between them make up the most unlikely group of criminals. Planning the heist of a security van, they decide to use Mrs Wilberforce as cover and involve her unwittingly in the plot. Things do not go well and the Professor’s plan starts to unravel in spectacular and hilarious fashion.
The misunderstandings and mistaken identities, the double entendres, the banging doors, centre around the dashing Gilbert who wants to give Janie, an ex-striptease artiste, a fur coat. His ingenious idea is to get Janie's husband, Harry to pay a 'knock down' price for the coat while he pays the major part of it himself so that she can wear it without any husbandly suspicions. Harry does indeed buy the coat. Not for Janie his wife - but for his curvaceous secretary, Sue! Gilbert's plan has misfired and from there on in the plot develops wildly as more and more couples are embroiled - husbands, mistresses, lovers, wives, and gorgeous girls wearing nothing but their underwear - resulting in an entanglement which reaches a point of hysteria before everyone gets their just desserts.
Timid football fan Percy is down from Manchester with the lads and after the match is picked up by lovely young prostitute Cyrenne. The lads bet he won't spend the night with her but, uncharacteristically he accepts the bet and goes to her basemen flat. He is shy, gullible and believes all her lies about her exclusive education, her rich family and her exciting life. He would rather talk then 'do' anything and gradually they open up to one another - she learns about his loneliness, his longing for love, his dull job and hobbies. Eventually he discovers she's from an ordinary background, abused by her stepfather, and is struggling for some pride and independence. The secrets of their hearts somehow balance out and, at the end of the play, it looks as if Percy might have the courage to..or will he?
Three couples, who married in the same chapel and on the same day, are blissfully celebrating their Silver Wedding Anniversary when a series of revelations and events turn the men folk into jibbering wrecks. They get more than they bargained for when the worms turn! A young Chapel organist, a nosy meddlesome servant, a mad vicar, a reporter, a drunken photographer and a mysterious woman turn what should have been an idyllic day into an hilarious comedy of misunderstandings and mayhem.
A small Scottish village and a shipwreck ... But this ship is different, its wrecked near the coast and its cargo was all whiskey! The villagers "recover" much of the cargo and hide it around the village as the authorities come in and try and recover it.
Quick-fire cordon-bleu comedy that mixes sex, death, food and Elvis! Should the two-timing food-loving aged Teddy Boy leave his wife for a lover who can't cook! Kenneth and Hilary have been married nearly twenty years, but as middle age encroaches, Kenneth finds himself in the arms of another woman. At first Laura seems to represent everything that is missing from Kenneth's life, but only one little problem...she can't cook. As time goes by Kenneth mourns the loss of Sunday roasts and the comforts of a settled life so when Hilary invites Kenneth and Laura over for dinner together he readily accepts - unaware of what delicacies Hilary has on the menu.