continental quilt


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continental quilt

Brit a quilt, stuffed with down or a synthetic material and containing pockets of air, used as a bed cover in place of the top sheet and blankets
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Thankfully, the Mike Allen-produced The Continental Quilt has all the ingredients to make a hugely successful farce.
Bawdy humour, well- crafted characters and plenty of comings and goings are the backbone of any farce and The Continental Quilt has all three.
Lindsay was so afraid, she froze, and hoped she had imagined the duvet-tugging, but then she once again felt something pulling the eiderdown from her, and this time the continental quilt was being dragged with considerable force.
Now married to Amanda Holden, he admitted his first marriage didn't start off well after he tried to get into a continental quilt rather than under it.
The Continental Quilt, Enville Street Methodist Church Dramatic Society, Church Hall, West Street, Stourbridge (to Saturday).
The Continental Quilt, Rugby Theatre (to Saturday).
"Jimmy had some fluff in his belly button this morning - it was a continental quilt."
Continental Quilt, Circle Players, Aldridge Youth Theatre (to Saturday).