Not Now, Darling
|Written by||John Chapman
|Place premiered||Richmond Theatre, Richmond, England|
Not Now 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, Mary Kenton, Brian Wilde, Carmel McSharry and Ann Sidney.
It was adapted as a film in 1973.
- 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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