Don't Just Lie There, Say Something!
directed by Alan Tasker
|Sir William Mainwaring-Brown is leading a campaign against permissiveness. In order to counter this, a group of hippies abduct Barry Ovis, a young Parliamentarian who is about to marry his political agent, and take him, drugged, to a wild party. He escapes after clouting two policemen during a raid, and takes refuge in Sir William's flat. He finds the great man is far from unpermissive himself. The pleasant evening of dalliance Sir William has arranged however, is upset by a series of complications caused mainly by a police inspector and a member of the Opposition. The mounting frenzy culminates in a whirlwind of frenetic, panic-stricken plans and counter plans as all concerned attempt to ward off discovery.
|Barry Ovis MP
|Rt Hon Wilfred Potts MP
|Sir William Mainwaring-Brown
|Janice Sipling and Sally Nobbs
|Set Design & Construction
|Andrew Charlton & Kevin Cousins
|Members & Friends of the Company
|M Stanney, V Davies and M Johnson