PARDON ME, PRIME MINISTER
Written By Edward Taylor & John Graham
Presented By Noarlunga Theatre Company Inc & Black Crowe
Directed By Terry Crowe
The Prime Minister and Chancellor are preparing a puritanical budget taxing amusements such as bingo, gambling, and night-clubs out of existence. On the afternoon before it's presentation, however, each in turn appears to be the father of the pretty Shirley, the result of a post-party conference night many years ago.
In an even less expected family bombshell, it transpires that the Prime Minister's deferential Parliamentary Private Secretary , Campbell, is in fact his son.