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A Flea In Her Ear

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  • Booking From:
  • 04-Dec-2010
  • Booking Until:
  • 05-Mar-2011
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  • TBA
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A Flea In Her Ear Tickets

The Old Vic Theatre, Waterloo Road, London SE1 8NB

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In December, Richard Eyre will direct John Mortimer's version of Georges Feydeau's 1907 classic farce A Flea In Her Ear, last performed on The Old Vic stage for the National Theatre in 1966.

Starring Tom Hollander and Lisa Dillon, A Flea In Her Ear is a comedy of errors set against a backdrop of jealousy, misunderstandings and confrontation. When Raymonde (Dillon) suspects her husband Victor (Hollander) of infidelity, she enlists the help of a friend to set a trap resulting in mistaken identities, bruised egos and comic disaster.

Theatre Venue: The Old Vic Theatre
Address: Denman Street, London W1D 7DY
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Author:Georges Feydeau
Casts:Tom Hollander