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Joe Pasquale to star in UK Tour of Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em

Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'EmJoe Pasquale will star as the loveable but accident-prone Frank Spencer in the first ever stage production of the classic 1970s TV comedy, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em. Sarah Earnshaw will play his long-suffering wife Betty and Susie Blake his disapproving mother-in-law, Mrs Fisher. The stage adaptation has been written by Guy Unsworth, based on the original TV series by Raymond Allen. Guy Unsworth will also be directing, with design by Simon Higlett.

The UK Tour of Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em will open at the Wyvern Theatre, Swindon on Wednesday 21st February 2018.

Comedian Joe Pasquale has delighted audiences with his live stand-up tours for over 20 years and made his theatrical debut in 1999 in Larry Shue’s The Nerd, followed by the touring productions of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Mel Brooks’s The Producers, The Wizard of Oz and, more recently, the West End and touring productions of Spamalot, as King Arthur. In addition, Joe was crowned ‘King of the Jungle’ in ITV’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2004, and hosted the long-running television series The Price is Right for ITV.

Sarah Earnshaw will be starring as Jennifer Lore in the UK Tour of Nativity – The Musical this autumn, and other theatre credits include Travels With My Aunt (Chichester Festival), The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot (West End and UK Tour) and the original London cast of Wicked.

Susie Blake regularly appeared in the TV series and comedy specials of Victoria Wood, Russ Abbot and Stanley Baxter, and is perhaps particularly loved as the Continuity Announcer in Victoria Wood: As Seen on TV. More recently, she played regular Bev Unwin in Coronation Street from 2003 – 2006 and then made a comeback in 2015, and regular Hillary Nicholson in Mrs Brown’s Boys. Her films include Fierce Creatures and Nativity 3: Dude, Where’s My Donkey?!. Her theatre credits include Grumpy Old Women Live 2 & 3, When We Are Married (West End), Pygmalion(Chichester Festival Theatre), Madame Morrible in Wicked (West End) and Belinda Blair in Noises Off (National Theatre).

The UK Tour will be produced by Limelight Productions.

2018 TOUR SCHEDULE
21 – 24 February Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
https://swindontheatres.co.uk

27 February – 3 March Opera House, Buxton
https://buxtonoperahouse.org.uk

12 – 17 March Churchill Theatre, Bromley 
https://churchilltheatre.co.uk

19 – 24 March New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth
www.newtheatreroyal.com

2 – 7 April Lyceum Theatre, Crewe
https://crewelyceum.co.uk

9 – 14 April His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen
http://www.aberdeenperformingarts.com/venues/his-majestys-theatre

16 – 21 April Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne
www.eastbournetheatres.co.uk

8 – 12 May Orchard Theatre, Dartford
https://orchardtheatre.co.uk

15 – 19 May Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
www.grandtheatre.co.uk

25 – 30 June New Theatre, Hull
www.hulltheatres.co.uk

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  1. Catherine Williams

    When something is wrong, it’s wrong and this is wrong. I think producers should have a look at Nicholas Williams on his Facebook page and his video of us both in the Tower Ballroom Blackpool. The pruducers also need to have a look at Nicholas Williams video he sent to Blackpool Gazette, regarding the Joe Pasquale news story of him appearing in the stage play version of Some Mother’s Do Have Em. I know new comic talent like my husband Nicholas Williams never get a look in, simply because in instances like this new talent don’t get a look in and that is why it’s wrong. With a show on stage like this, why were there not open auditions held, to give a new talent a chance. Another reason is because everything has to be top secret before the chosen one for the part is announced. This is the 21st century, everyone is equal and unknown talent should be given a chance, but no. I know what reply I will get is Britain’s Got Talent and since when did a comic talent win Britain’s Got Talent, never,as I said at the top, when it’s wrong it’s wrong and this is wrong, period end of story.

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