The Flanagan and Allen Story archiveThe Flanagan and Allen story with lots of their songs and bits from the Crazy Gang. The show opens in 1952 with the Crazy Gang in a show called 'Ring Out The Bells' where they do a series of classic cross over gags, Chesney Allen, our narrator, then takes us back to 1908 where the story really starts..Through the outbreak of war, 1914 to meeting Florrie Forde (a great influence on the careers of Flanagan and Allen)..The London Palladium..World War Two..The Victoria Palace Theatre..The Crazy Gang take us back through those glorious years at The Victoria Palace Theatre, with great sings like Broken Blossoms, Nice People, Leicester Square, Strollin, and Maybe it's because I'm a Londoner. 'The Crazy Gang' take their final bows singing Just For Laughs (not a dry eye in the house!!).


Author: Johnny Barrs
Company: Nostalgia Productions
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The Flanagan and Allen Story

The Flanagan and Allen Story (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01925560182. Details of all The Flanagan and Allen Story archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1507

Archive Listings

18 Sep 98De La Warr Pavilion
East Sussex
17 Sep 97Connaught Theatre
West Sussex

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