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“A Tory Junior Minister plans to spend the evening with the Prime Minster’s lovely secretary – but things go disastrously wrong! The discovery of a body, and a sash window that seems to have a mind of its own, are only the beginning… Desperately trying to get out of an extremely sticky situation, he sinks further into trouble. The arrival of a distraught husband compounds problems, until things finally come to a head! A hugely successful show – 1991 Olivier Award for Comedy.”
(Taken from CrescentScene issue 9)
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