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RAY COONEY PLAYS HAVE MOVED

Our new contact details are:
Michael Barfoot
Ray Cooney Plays
8 Newhouse Terrace
Station Road
Edenbridge
Kent
TN8 6HJ

Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1732 867405
email address: info@raycooneyplays.co.uk

Visit the
RUN FOR YOUR WIFE website
and
Vicki Michelle's RUN FOR YOUR WIFE page
for up-to-date info.

 

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2014

• March 17th: MOVE OVER MRS MARKHAM opened at the Vaudeville Theatre in 1971

• March 29th: RUN FOR YOUR WIFE opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in 1983

• May 30th: Ray's birthday

• August 31st: Linda's birthday

• September 7th: Michael’s Birthday

• Nov 27th: OUT OF ORDER opens at The Mill Theatre, Sonning until January 17th

• December 8th: Ray & Linda's 52nd Wedding Anniversary

 

Ray Cooney OBE

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For more information, visit
www.twiceuponatime.co.uk


With, amongst others, OUT OF ORDER in Moscow, the U.S.A., Canada, Scandinavia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, and Germany, TWO INTO ONE in the Czech Republic, Canada, Spain, Hungary and Scandinavia, IT RUNS IN THE FAMILY in Israel, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Australia, FUNNY MONEY! in Belgium, Lithuania, Scandinavia, the Far East, Japan, Greece, the Netherlands and Mexico, CAUGHT IN THE NET in the U.S.A., Canada, Mexico, South Africa, Greece, Germany, Turkey, Poland, The Netherlands, Scandinavia, Spain, Hungary, Southern Ireland and Paris, TOM, DICK & HARRY in the USA, Hungary and Chile and RUN FOR YOUR WIFE! which is still playing worldwide, it's proving to be yet another hectic Cooney International year.

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from 'VARIETY' November 4, 2001

PLEASE NOTE!

NOTHING in our licences [for the plays written by Ray Cooney or Michael Cooney] gives the right to Film, Video or Audio record a performance. A separate agreement can be applied for in writing, for Archive records only (NOT for public exhibition) and such applications will not be reasonably refused. However, placing any excerpts on YouTube, Facebook etc. is likely to be in contravention of the copyright laws and possibly a criminal offence.

Last updated 26th October 2014

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