Following last years sell out shows with Tom , Dick and Harry , Windmill Players return to the stage this Spring with yet another rip roaring comedy directed by Jacinta Gormley.
Don’t Tell the Wife’ is set in 1960’s Belfast in the Willis household where
Edna Willis thinks she is happily married to Bobby– well, as happily married as you can be to a man who eats onions with everything. Edna is convinced that her plumber husband Bobbie is interested in another woman. He isn’t, but he does have some secrets of his own. Her attempts to stop him lead to crazy misunderstandings with a sexy French student, a male escort, not to mention…a greyhound called Bridget!
Windmill Players are delighted to bring this Sam Cree comedy to the stage. Written in 1967, the play will entertain you with the sights and sounds of the Sixties as well as lots of laughs. Sam Cree is one of Northern Ireland’s most popular playwrights. Born in 1928, Cree’s comedies have been produced all over the world. His characters are memorable – everyone recognizes his neighbour in them – never themselves of course! Cree wrote scripts for the ‘Carry On’ films in the 60’s & ‘Don’t tell the Wife’ is another of his hilarious comedy
The Glens Centre Saturday 23 February 2019, 20:00 (Doors open 19:30)