Anthony Marriott (author), Alistair Foot (author). To give an additional touch of authenticity he engages an actress to play the part of Nigel's wife, just while Sir Lindsay and Lady Cooper have their look round.
Anthony Marriott (author), Alistair Foot (author). But the real complications start when the Coopers are fogbound and have to stay the night-and turn out not to be husband and wife at all. From here on the permutations become so intricate that it seems impossible the authors can ever sort them out.
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Uproar in the House: Play. by Anthony Marriott, Alistair Foot. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780237749088 (978-0-237-74908-8) Softcover, Evans Bros. Learn More at LibraryThing. Alistair Foot at LibraryThing.
Anthony Marriott; Alistair Foot. ISBN 10: 0237749084, ISBN 13: 9780237749088. But miraculously they do, so hilariously that one can easily understand why audiences kept rolling up to the Whitehall to see this play for such a long time.
Writers: Alistair Foot (play), Anthony Marriott (play). View production, box office, & company info. By the Numbers: The 2020 Golden Globes. Who has won the most Golden Globes? How many ties there have been in Golden Globes history?
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Anthony Marriott JP (17 January 1931, London – 17 April 2014) was a British playwright, screenwriter and actor. As a playwright he was best known as the joint author, with Alistair Foot, of the farce No Sex Please, We're British which opened at the Strand Theatre, London, on 3 June 1971. It has been performed in 52 countries and which on 21 February 1979 became the longest running comedy in the history of world theatre. A film version starring Ronnie Corbett was released in 1973.
With Alistair Foot, Uproar in the House, Garrick Theatre and Whitehall Theatre, 1967–69. Emily Langer "Anthony Marriott, writer of ‘No Sex Please, We’re British,’ dies at 83", Washington Post, 29 April 2014. With John Chapman, Shut Your Eyes and Think of England, Apollo Theatre, 1977.