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Blackadder Goes Forth archiveBlackadder Goes Forth is the fourth and final series in the television sitcom written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton, and was first produced by the BBC in 1989. The show is set during The Great War of 1914-1918, and follows Captain Blackadder, Baldrick and George in their doomed attempts to escape from the trenches whilst under the misguided command of General Melchett.

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Author(s): Richard Curtis, Ben Elton
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Archive listings for Blackadder Goes Forth

Work type: Play. There are performances of this work in the listings (current and future) database, see Blackadder Goes Forth

T01263799086

Company Everyman Theatre.
13 Nov 18 to 17 Nov 18Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff :: V827
listing details L1926198197

T731775401

Company A Foot of the Barrel Production.
8 Nov 18 to 10 Nov 18Viaduct Theatre, Halifax :: V1025
listing details L01004897976

T447219422

Company Scunthorpe Little Theatre Club.
2 Oct 18 to 6 Oct 18Plowright Theatre, Scunthorpe :: V952
listing details L01636482703

The Final Push - T1647482181

Presented byMilton Keynes Theatre of Comedy.
18 Sep 18 to 22 Sep 18Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L1006033108

T1644020112

Company Off Centre Theatre.
21 Jun 18 to 23 Jun 18Savoy Theatre, Monmouth :: V443781892
listing details L1278900267

T857304965

21 Apr 18Borough Theatre, Abergavenny :: V839
listing details L0836647916

T919737482

Company Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy.
18 Sep 17 to 23 Sep 17Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes :: V752
listing details L01426530995

T0252351206

Company The Crown Players. Director Matt Bunce.
3 May 17 to 6 May 17The King's Theatre, Gloucester :: V029413031
listing details L01804926435

Corporal Punishment/Private Plane/General Hospital - T01261374498

Three episodes from the popular TV comedy: Corporal Punishment - Following communication problems in the trenches, Captain Blackadder finds himself at the mercy of General Melchett after eating the messenger carrier pigeon, the General's childhood friend, ?Speckled Jim'. Blackadder needs to avoid death by firing squad with the help of George as his lawyer. Private Plane - This episode sees the introduction of Lord Flashheart, the arrogant flying ace. Despite Blackadder's loathing of Flashheart, he finds himself signing up to the Royal Flying Corps with Baldrick and George, unaware that the nickname the ?Twenty Minuters' is in relation to the pilots' average life expectancy. Following a crash behind enemy lines, they must prepare for their fate, unless they can escape from the Germans! General Hospital - After a bomb strike in the trench, George is left hospitalised and under the care of Nurse Mary. Melchett informs Blackadder that there is a spy in the hospital giving away all of their battle plans, so Blackadder and Darling are sent undercover to smoke them out.Producer Erith Playhouse.
7 Sep 15Playhouse, Erith :: V186
listing details L0616889743

T1510693816

Company Wakefield Little Theatre.
11 Nov 14 to 15 Nov 14Theatre Royal Wakefield, Wakefield :: V979
listing details L793164787

T1793110539

Presented byThe Seagull Rep.
6 Nov 14St George's Theatre, Great Yarmouth :: V1454243688
listing details L01146865038

T01998720927

Company Day8 Productions.
2 Oct 14 to 4 Oct 14Whitley Bay Playhouse, Whitley Bay :: V580
listing details L249384416

T1697786004

Running time: 1hr 30mins
13 Sep 14Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883
listing details L0322354753

T0505755008

Join the Seagull Rep as the unlucky Blackadder launches several unsuccessful attempts to avoid certain death in the trenches of World War 1. Hampered in his efforts by his bumbling companions, Baldrick and George, we see him employed as a war artist, facing a firing squad for shooting General Melchett's beloved pigeon, Speckled Jim, and organising a cabaret tour fit for the West End. Can Baldrick's Charlie Chaplin impersonation save them? "We're in the stickiest situation since Sticky the stick insect got stuck on a sticky bun."Company Seagull Rep.
6 May 14The Cut, Halesworth :: V01084376924
listing details L809232514

Other listings

27 Apr 22 to 30 Apr 22Playhouse Theatre, Preston :: V01322424695
listing details L1529894687
10 Nov 19Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V571
listing details L2021234003
2 Jul 18 to 7 Jul 18Bingley Little Theatre, Bingley :: V981
listing details L0130863923
20 Jun 18 to 23 Jun 18The King's Theatre, Gloucester :: V029413031
listing details L01387687366
12 Nov 17Tyne Theatre and Opera House, Newcastle upon Tyne :: V571
listing details L01993653559
4 May 17 to 6 May 17Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan :: V1004
listing details L0427369469
13 Oct 15 to 17 Oct 15Repertory Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent :: V123
listing details L0298179395
26 Nov 14 to 29 Nov 14Meres Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham :: V447
listing details L1132564643

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