Not Now, Darling

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For the film, see Not Now, Darling (film).
Not Now, Darling
Written by John Chapman
Ray Cooney
Date premiered 1967
Place premiered Richmond Theatre, Richmond, England
Original language English
Genre Comedy

Not Now, Darling is a 1967 farce written by English playwrights John Chapman and Ray Cooney, first staged at the Richmond Theatre, in Richmond, England prior to a long West End run starring Donald Sinden and Bernard Cribbins, with Jill Melford and Ann Sidney.

It was adapted as a film in 1973.

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  • Cooney, Ray; Chapman, John Roy (1970). Not Now, Darling; A Comedy. Guild library (First ed.). London: English Theatre Guild. OCLC 142907. 

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