Kilmardinny Players take on Camoletti farce

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After the success of the pantomime Cinderella, Kilmardinny Players have risen once again to the challenges of Robin Hawdon’s adaptation of Marc Camoletti’s Don’t Dress For Dinner.

Audiences, right from the start of this superb farce, will be drawn in to a web of marital deceit, pretence, infidelity and multiple duplicity with most of the humour deriving from the barnyard grappling among the various romantic partners and the hilarious manner in which Suzette, the cook, sharply outfoxes her betters.

Don’t Dress For Dinner is performed at Kilmardinny Arts Centre, Kilmardinny Avenue, Bearsden, from Thursday, March 27 to Saturday, March 29 at 7.30pm and is directed by Christina Dowers

For tickets (£8 / £6 concessions) go to or call: 0781 332 6318.