Our laugh-out-loud spy flick spoof is set for a revival at the White Bear Theatre in London (SE11 4DJ) as the perfect Christmas alternative. You can buy tickets by calling 0333 012 4963 or online at www.whitebeartheatre.co.uk.
Celebrating 10 Fantastic Years of Theatre
from Hambledon Productions
You are invited to an unforgettable evening of fun, prizewinning games and top entertainment!
To mark our 10th year anniversary, we’re holding our first ever Gala Night at the Riverhead Theatre. This formal dress event will feature a celebration of all things Hambledon, including a special, unique performance of our film-noir spoof which kickstarted it all back in 2007 – STOP!… You’re Killing Me. There’ll be a Gala Raffle (top prize = win a holiday in Portugal), red carpet with full V.I.P. treatment, free cake and prosecco, plus, as our guest of honour, Lincolnshire-born and national treasure Nicholas Parsons C.B.E. will be appearing!
Plenty more in the way of giveaways, interactive displays and photo opportunities!
Tickets are on sale NOW.
We’re five shows into our brand new production Steptoe and Son and the crowd appreciation has been phenomenal!
Our shows are selling out across the board, with extra performances being added all the time, so if you haven’t seen it yet, snap up a ticket pronto!
Here’s some choice pictures from our latest photo shoot. Check out all the details at our dedicated Steptoe Page.
It’s Christmastime once again and so here’s our annual humorous Tommy Coooper Christmas Message.
Enjoy and here’s wishing you all a very happy yuletide!
Our smash hit, gag-packed crowd pleaser A FISTFUL OF SPAGHETTI has been published by new writing specialists 49Knights and is now available for you to discover or relive the sheer non-stop zaniness of this hilarious poncho-pastiche.
To purchase a copy for just £5.99 (RRP £8.99) + £1 p&p, please email [email protected].
If you’re a theatre company interested in performing A Fistful of Spaghetti, we’d be delighted to talk about the various licensing deals we offer, which are entirely flexible to accommodate your budget, venue and other considerations.
Please email [email protected] to get the tumbleweed rolling!
Our wonderful techie Helen Crawshaw took a handful of video snippets while being backstage last week at the Whitby Pavilion show. We’ve cobbled them together to make this mini featurette. Enjoy!
To mark 55 years since the original broadcast, we’ve been entrusted to recreate classic episodes of the superlative Steptoe and Son.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, the series ran for 12 years from 1962-1974 and hit a grand total of 58 episodes. Popular ever since, Steptoe famously broke new ground for the sitcom genre, incorporating a bittersweet tragicomic scenario between a pair of rag-and-bone-men, who were, of course, father and son.
We’ve been given the go-ahead to stage three original episodes and, after a delve through the G&S archive and a recent online poll through our mailing list and facebook/twitter followers, we’ll be announcing the episode titles shortly!
In the meantime, thank you for all your continuing support. 2016 has been a fabulous year so far with new writing from Murder on the Oriental Princess, a new production of Anthony Shaffer’s classic Sleuth and we’re seeing out the year in style with a whopping 50+ venue UK tour of our flagship show – Just Like That!
You can also search #SteptoePlay and #LongLiveTC for all our latest news, reviews, pics and jokes.
Our participation in ‘A Day By The Sea’ – the annual all-day event produced and hosted by the British Music Hall and Variety Society went down a storm. We truly, truly enjoyed the day, evidenced by this particular photo…
… and we received a lovely follow up email on behalf of the President, Roy Hudd O.B.E. who kindly wrote…
“Thank you so much for bringing your fabulous show to our audiences. It was a real highlight, and a true resurrection of Tommy’s gift as a performer. Good luck on all your ventures and hope to catch up with you on the road again soon.”
We’re not going to argue with that 😉
The work and laughs of the BMHS is astonishing and well worth a gander. Find out more about their regular shows and history by visiting their page here.