What's Love Got To Do With It?
A banquet of comedy served up in 3 delicious one act helpings.
Chapel Playhouse and Crookes Social Club
‘The Stepmother’ by Arnold Bennett
A writer of steamy hospital romance novels with a mysterious critic, and her scheming sharp-witted secretary who is doing the work of Cupid.
‘Overruled’ by George Bernard Shaw
Two married couples with their eyes on each other’s spouses, trying to figure out what’s to be done when you’re respectable, English, and one has made promises to mother.
‘The Proposal’ by Anton Chekhov
An unromantic suitor with a touch of lunacy, and the long-suffering father of a grown-up daughter who might finally get wed if only she’d just stop putting her foot in her mouth.