Nutbourne College, an old established, all-boys, boarding school is told that another school is to be billeted with due to wartime restrictions. The shock is that it's an all-girls school that has been sent. The two head teachers are soon battling for the upper hand with each other and the Ministry. But a crisis (or two) forces them to work together. Written by
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's stage farce opened at the Apollo Theatre, London on March 29 1948 and closed on September 11 1949 after 607 performances. See more
The boys' and girls' fight on the playing field seems far from antagonistic: most of the cast appear to be suppressing laughter. See more
[responding in exasperation to Miss Whitchurch informing him that her girls will arrive imminently, as St Swithin's is a boarding school that specializes in outposts
Madam, I don't care where they come from or even if the sun never sets upon them.
The opening titles appear over drawings by Ronald Searle
in the style of his St. Trinian's cartoons. See more
Featured in Joyce Grenfell 1910-1979
The Theme from 'The Third Man'
Written and performed by Anton Karas
Heard as a wake-up alarm when Pond is sleeping in the bath See more