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01st July 2009

Emmy-winning Exonian presents Moliere’s “School for Wives”

Adrian Brown (1949, English) is currently directing a production of Moliere’s School for Wives, a riotous C17th comedy about an older man who keeps his beautiful young ward, Agnes, imprisoned in a remote country house, overseen by a pair of foolish servants. When Agnes falls for the charms of the young Horace, mayhem ensues! Brown is an Emmy Award winner and BAFTA nominee for his previous work, and this is sure to be a great night’s entertainment.

The play opened this week to a great reception, and runs until June 6th at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate Village (London N6 4BD) with shows at 8pm Monday-Saturday, and 4pm on Sundays. Tickets cost £15/£12/£10. More information is available from the theatre’s box office (020 8340 3488)

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