What the Butler Saw
Greeted with cries of “filth” from the audience at its premiere in London in 1969, What the Butler Saw is a sexual and political farce, a send-up of the mental health profession along with stabs at government, religion and sexuality. Come to an evening of comic mayhem, where no taboo remains unbroken.
Definitely not suitable for children!
Dresdner Neueste Nachrichten, 04/12/2008
“This play should be in the repertoire as often as possible as it deserves a large audience. The group and their director have succeeded in creating a wonderful and outstandingly acted evening in the theatre. […] [The play] is saucy, witty, politically correct as much as incorrect and full of erotic innuendo. […] Don’t miss it!”
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See the trailer of “What the Butler Saw” at YouTube.