This play exposes the life of Frankie Howerd – described as a tour de force who was forced to tour. A talented comedian, he wowed audiences for almost 50 years. From top billing in the 1940s he then lost everything, including his health, before coming back to prominence in the 1980s.
Titter Ye Not delves into the personal and professional life of the star, at times both hilarious and heartbreaking. It is a lovingly crafted piece that has been well received throughout its national tour.
Paul Harris is a writer, broadcaster and performer who started with The Two Ronnies and has since continued an involvement in stage, radio and television. He recreates the great man with eerie accuracy. Audiences will be rolling in the aisles one minute and holding back the tears in the next.
Titter Ye Not is performed on Saturday 25th February 2017 at 7.45pm. Tickets are now available from www.chesiltheatre.org.uk.