@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, HexhamBook Now
27 November 2019 - 29 November 2019
Queen’s Hall Theatre Club presents another slice from Richard Curtis and Ben Elton’s award-winning comedy classic.
It’s the Georgian era and Edmund Blackadder is the scheming butler to that jugged walrus, the Prince of Wales.
Expect ripping one-liners and a hilarious cast of characters – Pitt The Younger, Pitt The Even-Younger, Dr Johnson with his ill-fated dictionary, well-known hostess Mrs Miggins, a highwayman who isn’t all he seems, that big, bad, bully the Iron Duke of Wellington and, of course, poor, down-trodden Baldrick – still yearning for his very own giant turnip.
But this time . . . . a right royal ending!
Based on BLACKADDER written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton, produced by the BBC.
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