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GO: THEATRE: Everyone gets to see the funny side.

SAUCY comedy and rib-tickling laughter kick off a new season of entertainment in Coventry.

It all begins when a cheating husband finds himself in hot water when his mistress turns up unexpectedly at a family dinner party.

Bill Heslop stars as wayward husband, Charles, in comedy farce Don't Misunderstand Me at the Co-operative Theatre in Wyken. The cast also includes Colin Swann, Jackie Brighouse, Joanne Russell and Kelly Bratton

Joanne says: "It all leads to an evening where eventually everyone seems to understand what they've misunderstood."

The Wheatsheaf production runs from September 20 and tickets are now on sale from 024 7645 6179.

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D21755_2. UNDERSTAND THIS: Joanne Russell, Colin Swann and Jackie Brighouse star in Don't Misunderstand Me
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Aug 27, 2004
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