TITLE: THERE'S A GIRL IN MY SOUP
FORMAT: 20 x 12.5 inches
VENUE: COMEDY THEATRE, London.
PRODUCTION CREDITS: Charles Tingwell, Gay Singleton, Richard Coleman, Lisa Rayne.
NOTES: Written by Terence Frisby. Opened in 1966 at the Globe Theatre and ran for six and half years until 1973 - over a thousand performances - to become the longest-running comedy in the history of the West End. After three and a half years at the Globe, the show transferred to the Comedy Theatre. It was unprecedented for a comedy to run for such a long time. This record was later broken by No Sex Please, We're British and then Run for Your Wife. Poster for the 6th year of the production.
CONDITION: Grade A. Rolled (but has been stored flat since new). A few very slight creases and marks but very good/near fine.