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Ian Ogilvy



Nationality:    British
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Literary Agent:    United Agents  

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        Slight Hangover, A

Slight Hangover, A

A sequel to Noel Coward's "Design for Living". Thirty years later - Giselle has died and Orson and Lewis share a house on an island in the West End. Giselle's daughter, Olga arrives to try and discover which of them was her father. Olga was put up for adoption soon after her birth. Arriving at the same time is an ex-waiter Freddy Millsap - who soon takes over the running of the household. Olga has come to the island with her daughter, Amanda - also visiting is Mitchell, who works for Lewis' literary agent. When Amanda arrives at the house Orson & Lewis are amazed to see how much like Giselle she is. Lewis is persuaded to go to London for a National theatre revival of one of his plays which is an enormous success. Mitchell and Amanda accompany him and fall in love. Once back on the island they all try to sort out who was Olga's Father and also just who Mitchell's Father is too..

rewritten And produced At the Mill At Sonning, 2001

1st Produced:
Churchill Bromley    1991


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Play/Drama. - - Gay, theme/character full length

Male:  4            Female:  2            Other:  -

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