This January, the classic BBC sitcom Dad’s Army is brought to life in a unique staging at Piccadilly Circus’s intimate performance venue Live at Zédel for a limited three-week run.

Two actors play 25 characters in this brilliant staging of classic radio scripts based on favourite episodes from the original TV series ("The best-loved of all British comedies" - Daily Telegraph). Celebrating 50 years of Perry and Croft's quintessential sitcom, which won the 'Best One-Liner' accolade in a poll of comedians conducted earlier this year by Gold, with the immortal words "Don't tell him, Pike".

Double Fringe First Award winner David Benson (Think No Evil of Us: My Life With Kenneth Williams and Boris: World King) and Jack Lane (Wisdom Of A Fool) star in this acclaimed show's London premiere season following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe. Featuring favourite lines, cherished characters and great feats of vocal impersonation.

DAD’S ARMY RADIO HOUR
Wednesday 3 January – Sunday 21 January 2018 (full schedule below)
Live at Zédel 20 Sherwood Street. London. W1F 7ED.
Running time 80 minutes plus interval. Tickets: £20 / £30
Box Office 020 7734 4888 / Book online at www.liveatzedel.com

Director Owen Lewis is a theatre and comedy director whose credits include The Only Way Is Downton (Edinburgh, London and UK/US tours), Olivier-Nominated Eric And Little Ern (Vaudeville Theatre, St. James Theatre & National Tour), Jenny Éclair’s How To Be A Middle Aged Woman (Without Going Insane) - (National tour) and Suggs: My Life Story (Garrick Theatre & National Tour – also adapted & directed by Owen for Radio 4 as Suggs: My Mad-Life Crisis) and Stewart Lee's Johnson & Boswell: Late But Live (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh & Scottish tour). He has also been a recipient of the RSC Buzz Goodbody Director’s Award

Seabright Productions is an award-winning commercial theatre production company based in London’s West End. Current Productions include Loot, The Boys In The Band (Park), Showstopper! The Improvised Musical (Lyric), Trainspotting (Vaults), Potted Panto (Garrick) and Potted Potter (world tour). Past productions include Eric and Little Ern (Vaudeville and St. James Theatre), Our Boys (Duchess), Simon Callow in The Man Jesus (UK tour) and over 200 productions at the Edinburgh Fringe. James Seabright is on the board of the League of Independent Producers, sits on the bursary panel of Stage One, is an associate of Wilton's Music Hall and a member of the Society of London Theatre. www.seabrights.com

Overall Performance Schedule

Wednesday 3 January – 7pm (preview)
Thursday 4 January – 7pm (press performance)
Friday 5 January – 7pm
Saturday 6 January – 3pm
Saturday 6 January – 7pm
Sunday 7 January – 3pm
Sunday 7 January – 7pm

Wednesday 10 January – 7pm
Thursday 11 January – 7pm
Friday 12 January – 7pm
Saturday 13 January – 3pm
Saturday 13 January – 7pm
Sunday 14 January – 3pm
Sunday 14 January – 7pm

Thursday 18 January – 7pm
Friday 19 January – 7pm
Saturday 20 January – 3pm
Saturday 20 January – 7pm
Sunday 21 January – 3pm
Sunday 21 January – 7pm
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