“Hancock’s Half Hour was one of the greatest comedy shows of all time and it is truly an honour to be able to bring it to the stage. We are so used to sitcoms as a part of the comedy landscape these days that it is hard to imagine a time without them”
“This is a drama with a theme of escape, lost souls and retribution set five years after the American Civil War, with equally strong female and male lead characters. We are pushing the genre out of its stereotypical frame, giving the Old West a true sense of identity that has long been forgotten on stage.”
“This was an enjoyable production… with strong performances from cast members. Donovan’s Mancunian apothecary was laugh-out-loud funny; Templeton’s good humour is infectious; Wood’s Mercutio captured all aspects of an entertaining albeit complex character.”
Of all the films to come out of the 1970s perhaps one of the most iconic that captures the essence and despair of the time is Saturday Night Fever with its tragic tale of hopelessness and thwarted dreams.
From the producers that brought audiences Rita, Sue and Bob Too! and The Salon, Regal Entertainments are back with brand-new comedy, Achy Breaky Bride this June.