Hancock’s Half Hour comes to Brookside Theatre in Romford

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Following James Hurn’s sell-out tour of 2017 he is back by popular demand with his stunning show, Hancock’s Half Hour: One Man, Many Voices, as recommended by the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society”

To celebrate over 60 years of Hancock’s Half Hour, talented actor and impressionist James Hurn will be performing three episodes, voicing the entire cast. The classic Ray Galton and Alan Simpson episodes are Sunday Afternoon at Home, The Missing Page and The Thirteenth of the Series.
James will be performing the episodes in the style of a radio performance, bringing to life the classic days of radio comedy.

The original recordings were performed by Tony Hancock, Sidney James, Hattie Jacques, Bill Kerr and Kenneth Williams. With a fabulous array of colourful characters, James Hurn is one man, many voices.

James Hurn is best known for his work on Dead Ringers for BBC2, as well as Scoop, The Slammer and Band of Brothers. His voice talents were put to work in Sven – The Coach, the Cash and His Lovers, Blaired Vision and for the Radio 4 play The Bid, where he starred as David Beckham and Prince William.
The new show is performed in the style of a radio performance in front of a live audience, bringing to life the classic days of radio comedy… don’t miss it! An unmissable and unforgettable night for fans of classic British comedy.

Hancock’s Half Hour: One Man, Many Voices will be performed at the Brookside Theatre, Eastern Road, Romford on Friday 13 April at 8pm. Tickets are available online at www.brooksidetheatre.com or from the box office on 01708 755775.

REVIEWS

“Utterly masterful and quite, quite superb.” – Jon Culshaw, Impressionist

“You have Tony Hancock’s pitch and tone so much better than I.” Kevin McNally, Actor

“If anyone is out there wondering; does it work, one man doing the whole cast? Are the new scripts up to scratch? Is it like the real thing? The answers are; yes, yes and yes. Go and see him while you can.” – Tom Dommett, Tony Hancock Appreciation Society

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