A Quiet Weekend
A comedy by Esther McCracken
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Quiet Weekend is a 1941 play by the British writer Esther McCracken. It was a sequel to the 1938 play Quiet Wedding. In 1946 it was turned into a film.
A family try to relax during a weekend holiday in the country but are constantly irritated by the unpleasant friend of their eldest son.