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THE CONSTANT WIFE


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GATE THEATRE THIS 1926 W Somerset Maugham play is the Gate’s bread and butter: a light comedy of manners, bordering on farce, that dabbles in social commentary without ever laying anything serious on the line. It tickles its audiences by pretending to challenge their beliefs... Read more »

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