A new Jewish “fringe” festival (called Tsitsit, of course) is running in October with a wide range of events across the UK. One of these is on 24 October at 7.30pm at the Redbridge Drama Centre (in Churchfields, South Woodford). The show is called “Blokes of A Feather” and the description is:

“Forty years ago, Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran gave up their day jobs to become full-time comedy writers: their 40-year mission, to make millions laugh. The following decades took them from Borehamwood to Pinewood via Hollywood. They created a hatful of hit TV shows, including Shine On Harvey Moon, The New Statesman, Love Hurts, Goodnight Sweetheart, and of course Birds of a Feather.

 Blokes of a Feather will provide a highly entertaining evening in the theatre. There will be anecdotes, revelations, indiscretions, insights and lots of laughter, and plenty of classic video clips from their enormous back catalogue (Oooh, missus, as Frankie Howerd would have said).”

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