Preview: Theatre: Cleo, camping, emmanuelle and dick

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The countless Carry On films which mastered the art of the single entendre were a peculiarly British concoction (ooh-er) and have proved to be the inspiration for Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick, the latest play by Terry Johnson. Freud and Dali cavorted through Johnson's surreally funny Hysteria and the spirit of Benny Hill presided over his massively successful Dead Funny. His boisterous revamp of The London Cuckolds - a sort of Carry On Cuckolding - displayed his sure hand with good clean smut which makes him the prime candidate for this sort of carry-on. All together now: "Infamy, infamy, They've all got it in for me!"

National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 (0171-452 3000)