15 - 18 Sept 2021
written by Robert Ross
Starring Jessica Martin & Nick Revell
In the late swinging sixties London of Carnaby Street and Abbey Road, the coolest, kookiest television clown around was Marty Feldman.
As a writer he had co-created Round the Horne and as a catalyst he had nurtured Monty Python; while his fame lead to slapstick freaks for Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder. Marty’s bulging eyes were matched only by his bulging brain. Here was a man who loved and understood comedy. And the trusted power behind the throne was his wife Lauretta. Passionate. Tolerant. Ambitious.
This performance is presented as a rehearsed stage reading.
‘A thoughtful, funny and rather sad look into the story of a larger than life man.’
festival of Comedy
Sept 7 - oct 3
We are currently operating a socially distanced auditorium. All seats are single and are 1 meter apart. The seats are still allocated so if you do wish to book more than one seat then please select the next numbered seat.
Under current Government guidelines face coverings must be worn at all times in the building, unless you are exempt, which proof must be provided.
Wed to Thurs 7.30pm (No performance Fri 17 Sept)
Sat at 4pm & 7.30
Running time approx.60 mins with No interval
All Tickets: £15
Allocated seating. Strictly No Latecomers Admitted.
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