Fallen Angels (September 23 – October 9, 2004)

A Comedy by Noel Coward

An evening of sheer entertainment!

This is the Noel Coward of the 1930s at his inimitable best – gay, debonair, infinitely sophisticated! This style won him international reputation as the most successful purvery of high comedy in the present day theatre. The story is a frothy nothing, but Coward’s treatment of it is a continuously amusing two hours, highlighted by moments of insane hilarity! Julia and Jane, best friends and both happily married for five years, have both had brief premarital affairs with Maurice, a great French charmer. Now Maurice is visiting London and has asked to see them both. The husbands are away for a day of golf, and Julia and Jane nervously await Maurice’s call…

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