Ian Ashpitel & Jonty Stephens as Eric & Ern

Sat 25 April 7.30pm        Theatre

Direct from the West End

Ian Ashpitel & Jonty Stephens

as Eric & Ern

Sat 25 April 7.30pm        Theatre

DIRECT FROM THE WEST END!

Ian Ashpitel & Jonty Stephens

as Eric & Ern

For all the family from 8 to 108 Eric and Ern is a brilliant homage to Morecambe and Wise crammed full of those famous comedy sketches, from Grieg’s Piano concerto, Mr Memory…’Arsenal’, to the paper bag trick!

From the Olivier Award-nominated duo Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens, this nostalgic show evokes memories of a time when whole families would huddle around the telly on Sunday evenings.

Bringing you sunshine, this show is full of Morecambe and Wise’s most loved routines, songs and sketches and of course a musical guest. This show hits all the right notes!

‘You have the giddy out of time illusion that you are watching the legendary double-act live’ Independent

‘I never thought I’d see Morecambe and Wise live – I think I just have!’ Ben Elton

Tickets: £25

 
 
 

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