Further dates have been announced for the upcoming UK tour of Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em. 

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Due to popular demand new dates have been added to the UK tour based on the 1970’s TV comedy coming to the stage for the first time from the 21st February 2018.

The newly added dates are: Richmond Theatre (5 – 10 March), Royal & Derngate, Northampton (30 April – 5 May), The Hawth, Crawley (21 – 26 May), Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells (28 May – 2 June), Theatre Royal Plymouth (4 – 9 June), Ipswich Regent Theatre (11 – 16 June), Harrogate Theatre (18 – 23 June), Darlington Hippodrome (2 – 7 July), Norwich Theatre Royal (9 – 14 July), Curve, Leicester (16 – 21 July) and Palace Theatre, Southend (23 – 28 July).

Producers have also announced further casting for the production. Joining the previously announced Joe Pasquale, Sarah Earnshaw and Susie Blake in the production will be: Moray Treadwell as Mr Luscombe/Mr Worthington, David Shaw-Parker as Father O’Hara and Chris Keily as Desmond/Constable.

This new stage adaptation of the television programme has been written by Guy Unsworth who is also directing and designs by  Simon Higlett.

Everyone’s favourite 1970s classic TV comedy, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em is back with Joe Pasquale starring as the loveable accident-prone Frank Spencer, Sarah Earnshaw as his wife Betty and Susie Blakeas his disapproving Mother-in-Law, Mrs Fisher.
 
The most successful sitcom of the decade gave us the hapless Frank and his long-suffering wife Betty with catch phrases galore and a never-ending list of disasters with roller-skating escapades and runaway chickens.

Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em will be touring the UK from the 21st February until the 28th July 2018. 

 

 

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