New play 'What's In A Name?' based on award-winning French film set to open next week

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New play 'What's In A Name?' based on award-winning French film set to open next week

Two actors from two of the biggest British sitcoms in recent memory have joined forces for a new production at the Richmond theatre. Joe Thomas from the Inbetweeners and Bo Poraj from Miranda star in new play adapted from an award-winning French film called 'What's In A Name?' It captures a particularly awkward dinner party. Bo and Joe spoke with Alicia.

What's In A Name? is on from the 12th to the 16th of November.

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