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Morecambe archiveFrom humble beginnings as a child-performer on Morecambe Pier to the glitz and glamour of international stardom and the mantle of "Britain's best loved comic"; from tumbleweed to Glenda Jackson; it's a glorious, moving portrait of the affectionate lad with funny bones, born entertainer, big hearted perfectionist... "the tall one with glasses". So come laugh, come cry, and remember the man who had a twinkle in his eye and shared it with us all... the man what brought us sunshine. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of his untimely final curtain, "Morecambe" celebrates the extraordinary life of Eric Morecambe, "Comedian of the Century". Running time: 2hrs inc. interval Featuring the multi-talented Bob Golding, penned by the brilliant Tim Whitnall and directed by solo-maestro Guy Masterson, this is a must see for all fans of classic British comedy. Morecambe website.
Performers Bob Golding.
Author Tim Whitnall. Producer Michael Edwards. Producer Carole Winter (for Mje Productions Presents). Producer Feather Productions. Producer Guy Masterson Productions. Director Guy Masterson.

Morecambe

Morecambe (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0212144426. Details of all Morecambe archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1691960576

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