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Review: Dad's Army Radio Show - Crazy Coqs

One of the most revered of all the BBC classic comedy shows across radio and television is back in another revival.

Karl O'Doherty, The Reviews Hub, 2nd August 2021

Review: Dad's Army Radio Show, British Library

Two men on a nearly empty stage, reading aloud scripts from a sitcom first screened over fifty years ago, might not sound like the makings of a great night out. But for fans of the beloved television show, Dad's Army Radio Show is a genuine treat.

Chris Pickett, The Play's The Thing UK, 3rd February 2020

Review: Dad's Army Radio Show - Birmingham

A fitting end to a wonderfully funny evening that will have you smiling from start to finish.

James Garrington, The Reviews Hub, 23rd January 2020

New audio version of Up Pompeii! stage show

A new audio adaptation of the Up Pompeii! stage show, written for Frankie Howerd, is to be recorded next month, with a star cast.

British Comedy Guide, 9th September 2019

Brexit review

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 20th June 2019

Dad's Army Radio Hour review

Two men, two mikes, 25 voices and loads of laughs. David Benson and Jack Lane perform those stories.

Mark Braxton, Radio Times, 11th April 2018

Preview: Dad's Army Radio Hour at Live at Zedel

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 Z├ędel for a limited three-week run.

Theatre Weekly, 4th December 2017

Waiting For God - New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich

McAuliffe and Holland are consummate veteran actors and Aitken can clearly write razor-sharp dialogue. It's just a shame these qualities are being squandered in such an unimaginative re-hash.

Paul Couch, The Reviews Hub, 9th May 2017

Fringe performers swept up in 2016 political whirlwind

From the Brexit vote to the US presidential race, the tumult of the year's news shows how nimble - or lucky - artists need to be to stay relevant.

Mark Lawson, The Guardian, 16th August 2016

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