A co-production between English Touring Theatre & The Orange Tree Theatre, in association with Exeter Northcott Theatre
French Without Tears
A group of young English men arrive at Monsieur Maingot’s French School for the summer to cram for the Diplomatic exam, but their concentration is disrupted by a beautiful visitor, Diana Lake. They soon discover that there’s only one thing harder to understand than a new language – girls.
At first, it seems pretty simple. Kit loves Diana and she loves him. And Bill. Oh, and darling Alan, of course.
Things aren’t so simple after all.
Terence Rattigan’s sparkling 1936 comedy was the first smash-hit success from the writer of The Deep Blue Sea, Separate Tables and The Winslow Boy.
English Touring Theatre and Orange Tree Theatre’s production enjoyed a critically acclaimed sell out run at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond-upon-Thames, earlier this year, with four-star reviews from the Telegraph, the Guardian, The Sunday Times, the Evening Standard, the Daily Express, the Sunday Telegraph and The Stage.
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Thursday 27 October, 7.30pm
Audio Described Performance
Saturday 29 October, 2.30pm
Directed by Paul Miller
Designed by Simon Daw
Written by Terence Rattigan