The Steptoe and Son Radio Show

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Hambledon Productions and Apollo Theatre Company present

STEPTOE AND SON
RADIO SHOW

Adapted by John Hewer 

Based on the original scripts by
Ray Galton and Alan Simpson

 

 

Albert and Harold; father and son, rag-and-bone. The father proclaims he’s “a poor old man” while the son protests that his dad is “a dirty old man!” In actual fact, both are telling the truth.

These two, warring rag-and-bone-men, in their Shepherd’s Bush scrapyard home, became household favourites for entire generations throughout the 60s and 70s and still they continue to entertain audiences today.

Marking 60 years since the first ever broadcast, Hambledon Productions (Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show and Steptoe and Son Radio Show – Christmas Edition) and Apollo Theatre Company (Round the Horne and Hancock’s Half Hour) breathe life back into the Steptoe household with this fresh and hilarious adaptation of three, original episodes from the long-running smash hit BBC sitcom, faithfully recreating a live radio recording and reliving some of the Steptoe’s finest misadventures.

TOUR DATES - **NEW DATES STILL BEING ANNOUNCED**

06 September - Lamproom Theatre, BARNSLEY **LIMITED AVAILABILITY**
07 September - Central Hall, GRIMSBY **LIMITED AVAILABILITY**
08 September - Meridale Centre, SUTTON-ON-SEA **LIMITED AVAILABILITY**
10 September - Blackfriars Arts Centre, BOSTON
11 September - Theatre RICHMOND
12 September - Cornerhouse, SURBITON
13 September - Little Theatre, SHEPPEY
14 September - Marina Theatre, LOWESTOFT
15 September - Playhouse, NORWICH
16 September - Lawrence Batley Theatre, HUDDERSFIELD
17 September - Phoenix Theatre, BAWTRY **LIMITED AVAILABILITY**
21 September - Village Hall, ALVAH
22 September - Eden Court, INVERNESS
23 September - Village Hall, PORTGORDON
27 September - Theatre Royal, WINCHESTER
28 September - Mill Arts Centre, BANBURY
29 September - South Hill Park, BRACKNELL
30 September - Fallen Angel Bar, GUILDFORD

01 October - Waterside Theatre, AYLESBURY
02 October - Neverland Theatre, SKEGNESS
08 October - Gatehouse Theatre, STAFFORD
09 October - The Met, BURY
15 October - The Beggar's Theatre, MILLOM
18 October - Grand Opera House, YORK
19 October - Theatre, MIDDLESBROUGH
20 and 21 October - Stephen Joseph Theatre, SCARBOROUGH
22 October - Playhouse, ALNWICK
23 October - Riverhead Theatre, LOUTH
25 October - Haymarket Theatre, BASINGSTOKE
26 October - Lyceum Theatre, CREWE
27 October - Savoy Theatre, MONMOUTH
28 October - Pavilions, TEIGNMOUTH
29 October - Landmark, ILFRACOMBE
30 October - County Assembly Rooms, LINCOLN

01 November - Little Theatre, LEICESTER
02 November - Kenton Theatre, HENLEY-ON-THAMES
03 November - Theatre, CAMBERLEY
04 November - The Berry, HEDGE END
05 November - Churchill Theatre, BROMLEY (two performances)
06 November - Key Theatre, PETERBOROUGH
08 November - Arts Centre, HAVERHILL
09 November - Brewhouse, TAUNTON
12 November - Victoria Hall, SETTLE
13 November - City Varieties, LEEDS
14 November - Tabard Theatre, LONDON
15 November - The Fuzzy Bear, WINDSOR
16 November - Theatre, ESHER
17 November - Prince of Wales Theatre, CANNOCK
18 November - Century Theatre, COALVILLE
19 November - Viva Theatre, SOHAM

 

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