Joe Pasquale to star in new Some Mothers Do 'Av Em UK tour

Some Mothers Do Av Em

Joe Pasquale will star in a new UK tour of Some Mothers Do ‘Av Em in 2020.

A stage version of the iconic TV series was first produced in 2018 and will return to UK venues next year.

Pasquale will appear in the lead role of accident-prone Frank Spencer, having previously played the part in the original 2018 shows.

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He’ll be joined by Sarah Earnshaw as wife Betty and Susie Blake as disapproving mother-in-law, Mrs Fisher, with further casting to be announced.

Joe Pasquale said: “After 30 years in show business, this has been the role of a lifetime for me, so to be bringing it back again, this time to a wider audience, is a dream come true.

“Alongside Sarah Earnshaw’s brilliant Betty, the Spencers are hitting the road again, bigger and better than ever before… it’s going to be a disaster!”.

Writer and director of the stage adaptation, Guy Unsworth added: “We never imagined how much love there would be for this new story of Frank and Betty, both from critics and audiences alike.

“I’m so pleased that these incredible cast members are returning, led of course by the irreplaceable Joe Pasquale, who is unmissable as Frank”.

See tour venues, dates and links to buy tickets below…

Some Mothers Do ‘Av Em 2020 tour tickets, dates and venues

26 – 29 February
Churchill Theatre, Bromley
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3 – 7 March
Lighthouse, Poole
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10 – 14 March
Nottingham Theatre Royal
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16 – 21 March
Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham
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21 – 25 April
Blackpool Grand Theatre
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12 – 16 May
Newcastle Theatre Royal
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18 – 23 May
Birmingham The Alexandra
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2 – 6 June
St Helens Theatre Royal
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16 – 20 June
Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
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7 – 11 July
Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford
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14 – 18 July
Palace Theatre, Southend
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Further venues and dates will be announced in due course.

Picture credit: Scott Rylander

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