Can you believe it’s 40 years since we were introduced to shopkeeper Arkwright and G-G-G-Grannville and the corner shop that was Open All Hours?
The BBC’s Christmas special refreshed our interest in the show and now there’s a chance to enjoy the comedy again when Open All Hours Productions brings its tour of the critically acclaimed stage adaptation to Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre.
Written by Roy Clarke OBE, and first aired in 1973, this much loved classic sitcom has been specially commissioned to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its television premiere. The production skilfully blends together classic moments from over 20 episodes into a fantastic evening of visual humour and comedic lines made famous by Britain’s favourite shop keeper Albert Arkwright, and his put-upon errand boy, Granville.
Enter Arkwright’s emporium on Thursday March 27 & Friday March 28.
Tickets are £13 (concessions £11) from the box office 01780 766455