Living with parents or ‘in-laws’ is never the best start for any young married couple, and arther Fitton makes the mistake of a life-time when he, and his bride, share the house with the Fittons on his wedding night.
Besides aggravating the existing differences between farther and son, the new situation produces some unexpected problems which the whole family is called upon to solve in its own canny way. Naughton’s straight-taking, well defined, Lancashire characters make this play one of the funniest of the ‘sixties.