Dyer's adaptation of the long-running West End play has been widely panned by critics, and also failed to connect with UK audiences.
Its taking of £602 from nine cinemas translates to an average of £67 per cinema, plus preview takings of £320, as reported by The Guardian.
The film is set to expand to a further 65 cinemas across the UK this week, playing mainly at late morning and early afternoon screenings.
Involved in bigamous marriages for five years, he lives with Stephanie in Finsbury and Michelle in Stockwell.
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