Angus Prune OBE is back on stage (again), with the Plum Pudding of Radio Comedy…

I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again (Again) - A Christmas Wonder Show!

A brand-new and strictly one-off compilation, celebrating the festive episodes of this anarchic and deliciously surreal comedy series that gave birth to The Goodies, Monty Python’s Flying Circus and I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue.

After their critically-acclaimed and 5* reviewed tour this year (with cameos from original cast members Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Jo Kendall, and watched by original and legendary producer Humphrey Barclay), Gloucestershire-based The OFFSTAGE Theatre Group once again recreates the famously full-frontal sketch show that laid waste to BBC Radio from 1964 to 1973; with a live band and sound effects.
This Christmas edition will take place at The Playhouse theatre in Cheltenham on Friday 8th December. Tickets are 15 but, after only a few days on sale, are now very limited. So, do book TODAY!


or Box Office 01242 522852.

Stand by for wicked parodies, glorious puns and silly songs from the pens of Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie, as well as the return of the ever-frisky Lady Constance de Coverlet in the form of special guest star TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR!

From Doctor Zhivago (and his Magic Lamp) to Jack The Ripper (and The Beanstalk), via the unmistakeable strains of the Angus Prune Tune and the unavoidable rudeness of The Christmas Hymns Dirty Songbook, this is a chance to meet the much-loved characters first created by Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Cleese, Graeme Garden, David Hatch, Jo Kendall and Bill Oddie.

The OFFSTAGE Theatre Group are also fundraising for production costs of a new tour in 2018. Details and how to contribute are here:

Performed by Hannah Boydell, David Clarke, Barnaby Eaton-Jones, William KV Browne and Ben Perkins, with original cast member Tim Brooke-Taylor

Music performed by Andrew Farrington, Andy Rushton, Cath Thomas and Paul Wood

Adapted, directed and produced by Barnaby Eaton-Jones

Photos courtesy of TREVTOGRAPHY.


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