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“The irresistibly daft, likeable human Frank of brilliant Mr Pasquale.”
“An evening of uncomplicated, very British jollity and it is done with theatrical skill.”

Daily Mail
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“Laugh out loud”
“His comic timing and verbal dexterity are faultless and his tongue-twisting explanations for his outrageous behaviour raise cheers for the audience.”

Daily Express



“Hilarious. A winner!”
The Stage
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“Sparkling, frothy farce with a heart, and Unsworth's revival is a welcome comeback for Frank Spencer.”
“Hugely enjoyable as laugh-out-loud entertainment.”

Whatsonstage
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“As for real, sustained belly laughs, this sweet show most definitely does ’ave ’em.”
Mail On Sunday
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“I laughed all the way through this wonderfully entertaining and hilarious play.”
London Theatre 1
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“The cast is perfect, the script is hilarious and the staging is very clever, this is the ultimate feel good comedy for the stage!”
North West End Magazine
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“What a fitting tribute to a great TV Series! Joe Pasquale is just perfect in the role of Frank Spencer. Some might even say magical! Laughter from start to a finish. Simply delightful, Some Mother do Ave ‘Em is a must see!”
Total Swindonian
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“Pasquale captures the essence of Spencer perfectly. A very classic British comedy, fan or no fan this is definitely a show for everybody to enjoy.”
The Ocelot
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“A Smash Hit.”
“Pasquale gets the laughs with perfect timing, malapropisms and tongue-twisting explanations.”

The Argus
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“Tremendously funny and superbly calamitous.”
The Sussex Newspaper
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"It was rip-roaringly funny from beginning to end."
"From beginning to end, it was a laugh a minute and was faithful to the slapstick humour of the original TV series. As well as the expected humour, there were also some tender moments between Frank and Betty too."
What's Good To Do
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"If this doesn’t become a new comedy gold classic I’ll eat my hat. It is beret good. Quite Frank-ly, it’s a hit!"
“The comic timing under Guy Unsworth’s tight direction is perfect. This is a top-flight farce.”

Kent Online
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