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“Well, I walked over to the sheriff’s office, and a guy came up to me and offered me seventeen thousand dollars for my helmet.”
…and her front’s in the show too! Very excited to announce my next project: Mrs Hudson’s Christmas Corker! A right royal knees up of a Christmas jolly set in the most famous kitchen in literary history and staged in the most beautiful of hidden theatres in London. The venerable Mrs H. is brought to life […]
Had the pleasure of working with this guy last year on Paul Brook’s stage adaptation of his book “The Little Book of Prison” for Lynchpin’s Scriptease. Funny, eccentric, disturbing and occasionally inspiring. Check out his natural move into bang on banged up stand up with time off for good behaviour here: Can you spread the F word? […]
AN AUDIENCE WITH… BARRY AND BOB CRYER
Fri 7th February 2014 2pm
Barry Cryer is one of our best-loved writers and comedians. His extraordinary career has involved writing for the world’s greatest funny men including Dave Allen, Stanley Baxter, Jack Benny, George Burns,Tommy Cooper, Les Dawson, Dick Emery, Bruce Forsyth, David Frost, Bob Hope, Frankie Howerd, Spike Milligan, The Two Ronnies and Morecambe and Wise. He’s also a regular panellist on I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Cluefor Radio 4. Now, together with his son, the actor and writer Bob Cryer, Barry has created Mrs Hudson’s Diaries, a hilarious novel that reimagines the Sherlock Holmes stories from the point of view of the famous landlady. They reveal a portrait of life below stairs at 221b Baker Street that is by turns silly, slapstick and sentimental. This is your opportunity to meet Barry and Bob, discover something of their partnership and their work and hear more about the unsung heroine of the Sherlock stories. After all, behind every great man there is usually an even greater woman – this time she’s demanding rent! Join Barry and Bob afterwards in the bar for tea and cake and enjoy an afternoon replete with relish, mustard and no small amount of dropped eaves.
Tickets £30 The restaurant is open from 12 noon for lunch. Please make your reservation with the box office or online.
The Fortress of Solitude in the thoughts of the Superdude Is the infinite zone to be Superalone. It’s the place that our Superguy is able to Supercry. Beats retreat from the fray. But it wasn’t always that way. In the beginning there was the S and the planet Krypton, cryptogrammatically the S at the heart of our […]