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Georges Feydeau's A Flea In Her Ear at the Tabard
Georges Feydeau's farce, A Flea In Her Ear, adapted by Sacha Bush, will run at the Tabard Theatre, a pub theatre in Chiswick, west London, from 29 March to 23 April 2016, with an official opening on 31 March.
The production will be directed by Alex Sutton, with set design by Michael Leopold. Cast includes Dominic Brewer and Rachel Dawson.
Synopsis: "To test her husband's fidelity, Raymonde Chandebise sends a letter from a 'secret' admirer suggesting a romantic rendezvous at the local 'dubious morals’ hotel. What follows is a string of outrageously frenzied mixups as mistaken identities spiral out of control."
A Flea In Her Ear was a French playwright Georges Feydeau's most famous play and was written in 1907. He wrote over sixty plays and was of the era known as the Belle Époque.