There's a Girl in my Soup - 1967
Comedy Theatre Melbourne
There's A Girl In My Soup is a stage comedy written by Terence Frisby.
It opened in 1966 at the Globe Theatre and ran for six and half years until 1973 to become the longest-running comedy in the history of the West End. The play ran at The Globe Theatre for three and a half years, from March 1966 until 6 August 1969, when it transferred to the Comedy Theatre, opening there on 18 August 1969 and closing in 1973 after 2,547 performances.
Cast: Ron Randell, Bettina Welch, Ray Taylor, Phillip Colledge, Mary Ann Severne, Amanda Reiss, Kerry Francis
Stage Director - Edward Hutchinson
Stage Manager - Fiona McKenzie-Geary
Produced and Directed by Robert Chetwyn
Souvenir Playbill / Program: 1967
Theatre: Theatre Comedy Melbourne
Size: 175 x 240 mm Lots of info on cast and show & great old ads
Condition: Used Good 8 - 10 Original owners Name and original ticket stapled 2nd page
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