Based on the TV series by Raymond Allen comes Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em.
Hilarious mishaps and DIY disasters are bringing the house down, quite literally, as Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em hits the road with Joe Pasquale (New Faces, I’m a Celebrity, Spamalot, The Producers) as the lovable accident-prone Frank Spencer, written & directed by Guy Unsworth.
Betty has exciting news for Frank, but he’s preoccupied by possible newfound fame as a magician. With guests arriving for dinner and crossed wires all around, priceless misunderstandings are on the menu.
Based on the 1970s classic TV comedy by Ray Allen and directed by the award-winning Guy Unsworth, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em is the ultimate feel-good night out, washed down with lashings of nostalgia and Mother’s prune wine.
Quite Frankly, it’s a hit!
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Directing credits include: Julius Caesar (Fort Canning Park, Singapore); Of Mice and Men (UK Tour); Cinderella (Manchester Opera House); Moving Stories (Haymarket, West End & Houses of Parliament); The Food of Love (Royal Festival Hall & Cadogan Hall); Hand to God (Singapore Repertory Theatre); A Whirligig of Time (RSC); Cool Rider (Lyric and Duchess, West End); The Collector, Death and the Maiden (English Theatre Frankfurt); A Night with Bonnie Langford (London Hippodrome); Farragut North (Southwark Playhouse); Sweet Smell of Success, Company (Arts Educational); Fresher the Musical (Pleasance Theatre, Islington and Edinburgh); Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Cockpit Theatre); Play-in-a-Day Series (London Bridge Tunnels); Metamorphosis (British American Drama Academy); The Bear Who Paints (Pleasance Edinburgh); Proof (NSDF Finals. Directors Guild of Great Britain Award for Best New Director); Made in Dagenham, Legally Blonde (Stratford Circus).
Simon’s current, most recent and forthcoming designs include Big (West End), The Argument with Felicity Kendall and Song at Twilight (Theatre Royal Bath), Falstaff (Grange Festival), The Magic Flute (Scottish Opera), The Wizard of Oz (Leeds Playhouse), The Butterfly Lion (Chichester Festival Theatre) and The Price with David Suchet (West End). Other recent designs include Twelfth Night (Royal Shakespeare Company), An Ideal Husband with Freddie Fox and Frances Barber (West End), The Chalk Garden with Penelope Keith and The Norman Conquests (Chichester), Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em (UK tour), Much Ado About Nothing and Love’s Labour’s Lost (Theatre Royal Haymarket, RSC Stratford and Chichester), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (West Yorkshire Playhouse and UK tour), Saturday Night Fever (Denmark), and Hobson’s Choice with Martin Shaw (West End).
Ian is an accomplished sound designer and audio consultant with a portfolio of international projects to his name including West End Theatre, corporate events and television. Ian began his career touring with bands and solo artists, playing many festivals and venues around the UK and Europe. This led to an involvement with the BBC where he was responsible for the live sound for many of the BBC recorded concerts. In 1990 Ian turned his attentions to the world of theatre where he has worked on a diverse blend of plays and musicals including Joseph, West End and national tour; Macbeth, national tour; Blood Brothers, West End and national tour.
Comedian Joe Pasquale has delighted audiences with his live stand-up tours for over 20 years and made his theatrical debut in 1999 in Larry Shue’s The Nerd which prompted Time Out to describe his performance as “rib-shatteringly funny” and went on to appear in the touring productions of Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead in 2004; Mel Brooks’ The Producers in 2007; The Wizard of Oz in 2010, Doctor in the House with Robert Powell in 2012; Ha Ha Holmes – The Hound Of The Baskervilles in 2013 and more recently (2013-2015) in the West End and touring production of ‘Spamalot’ in the starring role of ‘King Arthur’.