Caroline Quentin in Me And My Girl, Penelope Keith in The Chalk Garden, Gary Wilmot in Flowers For Mrs Harris and Rufus Hound in Present Laughter, are several of the highlights in the 2018 Chichester Festival Theatre summer season. Other actors include Amanda Root, Oliver Ford Davies, Charles Edwards, Paul Jesson, Clare Burt and Joanna Riding in a season which will also include new plays by Charlotte Jones, Bryony Lavery and Laura Wade.
Maybe there was something in the water that night, laughs feisty mistress of ceremonies Lady Alex. But the fact is that the theatre-goers at Horsham’s Capitol last year gave The Wam Bam Club one of their best nights ever. They will be hoping for more of the same when they bring their saucy show back to the venue for a second time on Friday, February 16, promising another explosive cocktail of burlesque, circus, comedy and music.
Stuart Goldsmith is delighted to say he has reached a new maturity in his comedy – all part of his vastly-changing circumstances. Now a dad and married, Stuart brings his latest stand-up show Like I Mean It to The Hawth, Crawley, on Saturday, February 17 (£11.50, 01293 553636). It’s a tour which finds him fresh off the plane after four weeks of honeymoon in New Zealand – not that getting back was complete bliss.
@EnigmaGirl81@EnigmaBoy77 How funny. Well, Fiona will tell you I have never been wrong about anything! Ever! I wonder if Man Utd used it to get away after the game last week? We were back in Newcastle on Fri, just love that city, great place xx
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