Me and My Girl

 Our annual excursion to Chichester  - Weds 22nd August 2018

Matt Lucas  &  Caroline Quentin in


Me and My Girl 


Book & Lyrics by L Arthur Rose and Douglas Furber
Book revised by
Stephen Fry with contributions by Mike Ockrent
Music by
Noel Gay


Chichester Festival Theatre 2.30pm 


At Hareford Hall in Hampshire, suspense is in the air. The family solicitor has found the long-lost heir to the Hareford title and riches. But, to everyone’s horror, he’s a Cockney barrow boy called Bill Snibson. As the Duchess determinedly sets out to transform him into a true gentleman, Bill’s sweetheart Sally wonders how she fits in to his new life. Before too long, Bill has to answer some soul-searching questions about who he really is.


This uproarious, much-loved musical comedy includes the enormously popular numbers The Sun Has Got His Hat On and Lambeth Walk. The revised version by Stephen Fry and Mike Ockrent, also featuring Leaning on a Lamppost, won the 1985 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Musical.


This new staging is directed by Daniel Evans with designs by Lez Brotherston and choreography by Alistair David, the outstanding team behind Festival 2017’s hit musical Fiddler on the Roof


Matt Lucas plays Bill Snibson. Known to a television audience of millions for the smash hit TV series Little Britain, his theatre work includes the role of Thenardier in Les Misérables in the West End. His recent screen credits include Doctor Who, Alice in Wonderland, Paddington and Bridesmaids.


Caroline Quentin makes her Chichester debut as the Duchess of Dene. One of television’s most popular actors from series such as Men Behaving BadlyJonathan Creek and Dickensian, her recent stage work includes The Hypocrite (RSC) and Relative Values (West End)


Excursion Price: £79.50


Price includes: coach travel throughout, coach driver’s gratuity, coffee and biscuits en-route, top price stalls theatre ticket, courier services


Lunch: The coach will drop us off by Chichester Cathedral in the centre of the city and we have free time to find something to eat and/or explore the sights and shops. The coach will then pick us up and take us to the theatre in time for the 2.30pm performance




7.40am Sandwich Railway Station


7.48am Sholden Church                                                         


7.52am  Deal Fire Station Bus Stop                


7.55am Deal South Street     


8.00am Walmer – opposite butcher’s shop


8.20am  Dover – St Paul’s Catholic Church, Maision Dieu Rd


8.40am Folkestone outside Bus Station


8.45am Folkestone bus stop opposite Trinity Church


8.50am Seabrook bus stop opposite Fountain Pub


8.55am Hythe Red Lion Square bus stop


9.30am  Great Danes Hotel near Maidstone [coffee stop]

















“There's one thing certain from the start ~ You'll find forever ~ You've got to follow your heart.” Me and My Girl





“There's one thing certain from the start ~ You'll find forever ~ You've got to follow your heart.” Me and My Girl


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