Summary

When a young brother and sister decide to effect an Unrest Cure on the prematurely middle-aged proprietors of a country hotel, success seems assured. Until, that is, the arrival of an unexpected guest....
Originating from a story idea by Saki, and further inspired by various archetypes from the novels of PG Wodehouse, the plot is embellished, extended, and moved to 1932 and a small Dorset village. The dialogue is very much of the period, faithfully recreating the cadence, slang, and expressions of the time. This play was the first produced by Plum Roll Productions and received fantastic reviews, leading to full houses and breaking box office records for the lovely Pentameters theatre in North West London.
©2017 Rob Groves and Simon Godziek (P)2017 Rob Groves and Simon Godziek
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