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Dad's Army Vicar Frank Williams invites you to join him for a hilarious afternoon/evening of TV nostalgia.

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Everybody loves Dad's Army. Even after 50 years it continues to pull huge viewing figures becoming one of the all-time classic ‘greats’ of television, also enjoying West-End success, a Royal Variety Performance, a national tour, a themed cruise and now the new feature film in which Frank returns as the vicar. David Croft and Jimmy Perry chose Frank to create the role of the wonderfully eccentric vicar who was always slightly tetchy as he tried to come to terms with the elderly platoon’s invasion of his beloved church hall. Join Frank as he celebrates a lifetime on Stage, TV, Film and the legendary BBCTV series. In an entertaining trip down memory lane, Frank gives a unique glimpse behind the scenes and stories of the celebrated TV & Film casts of Dad's Army & a host of other TV classics such as Emergency Ward 10; All Gas & Gaiters; Morecambe & Wise; The Two Ronnie’s and many more. Frank is interviewed by author & entertainer Chris Gidney in a lively afternoon/evening of television nostalgia which includes Franks rarely seen home movie of the Dads Army cast on tour, and Frank will sign copies of his best-selling autobiography, Vicar to Dad's Army.

"He tells of his craft with an infectious geniality." Daily Telegraph

 

Mimi & Me!

AN HILARIOUS CELEBRATION OF 'ALL 'ALLO

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Join the pint-sized pocket firework and heroine of the ray-zis-tance, Mimi Lebonq for a hilarious celebration of the hit TV series and stage show. `Allo `Allo was a worldwide smash hit with viewing figures topping 24 million each week in the UK alone and has recently been aired on TV once more. The stage show sold out in its worldwide tours and at its long run at the London Palladium. Join SUE HODGE in a visual feast of laughter and music, with Keith `Paddington` Richards at the piano, as she recalls the backstage antics of the well-loved cast. Mimi & Me is a witty insight with hilarious behind the scenes stories during the making of one of the most successful British TV series ever. Add in a splash of clever comedy and music, and you have a unique show filled with memories and television nostalgia.