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DON’T DRESS FOR DINNER By Marc Camoletti Swansea Grand Theatre Tues 2 – Sat 6 May

news imageMarc Camoletti’s side-splitting comedy of gastronomic proportions, Don’t Dress for Dinner, is at Swansea Grand Theatre from Tuesday 2nd to Saturday 6th May. Evening performances are at 7.30pm, with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm.

Olivier Award winning actress, Sara Crowe (EastEnders, Four Weddings and a Funeral), and the brilliant farceurs, Damian Williams (Birds Of A Feather, Being Tommy Cooper) and Ben Roddy (Absolutely Fabulous - The Movie, Boeing Boeing), are joined by a superb supporting cast in this fantastic fast-paced farce.

As his wife is away, Bernard invites his gorgeous Parisian mistress Suzanne to his home for the weekend. He invites his best friend Robert along as an alibi and with a feast planned from chef Suzette what could possibly go wrong?

From the author of Boeing Boeing, this classic farce, now in its 30th year, is an evening of hilarious confusion delivered at breakneck speed.

image002.pngimage002.pngimage002.pngimage002.png “A fabulous farce. A very funny cast. Formidable! “ Brighton Argus

Tickets for the evening of mirth and mayhem are available from the Box Office on 01792 475715 or can be purchased online at and are £13.50 - £21.50* with and opening night 2 for 1 offer (terms and conditions apply) and selected concessions.
*All tickets include a 50p Restoration Fund contribution. Online booking fee applies.


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