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Joe Pasquale set to bring the house down as Frank Spencer

Where: Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham

When: Tuesday, March 17, to Saturday, March 21

Hilarious mishaps and DIY disasters are bringing the house down, quite literally as Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em arrives in Cheltenham with Joe Pasquale as the loveable, accident-prone Frank Spencer next week.

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 round, priceless misunderstandings are on the menu. 

Susie Blake (Coronation Street, The Victoria Wood Show, Blithe Spirit and The Everyman Theatre production of Cider with Rosie) stars as his disapproving mother-in-law and Sarah Earnshaw as his long-suffering wife Betty. 

Based on the 1970s classic TV comedy by Ray Allen and directed by the award-winning Guy Unsworth, Some Mother's Do 'Ave 'Em is the ultimate feel-good night out, washed down with lashings of nostalgia and Mother's prune wine. Quite Frank-ly it's a hit! 

Tickets are available by calling the box office on 01242 572573 or from the Everyman Theatre's website.

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