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TV stars reunite for ‘must see’ hilarious stage show at the Stoke Regent Theatre

By UttoxeterPostandTimes.3522974.UttoxeterPostandTimes  |  Posted: April 16, 2014

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TELEVISION stars are to reunite in a stage adaptation of a classic show.

Last of the Duty Free will bring Keith Barron, Gwen Taylor and Neil Stacy together to play out the next ‘hilarious’ instalment in a series which regularly topped the UK audience ratings.

The show will visit the Regent Theatre between Monday, May 19 and Saturday, May 24.

The trio will ‘have fun in the sun for the first time in 28 years at the Regent Theatre’.

When working class David and Amy met upper-middle class Robert and Linda whilst holidaying at the San Remo in Spain, their differences were immediately apparent.

But opposites were proven to attract and a most unlikely romance developed - with extraordinary consequences.

And now they are back: David more lustful, Amy more cynical, Robert more dangerous, and Linda more romantic than ever.

With love in the Mediterranean air, holidaymakers watch on in disbelief as deceptions, misunderstandings and preposterous situations unfold, with the love struck protagonists trying every trick in the book in order to keep their amorous intentions a secret.

Gwen Taylor is one of Britain’s leading actresses. She played the title role in ITV sitcom Barbara, Ann Foster in Coronation Street, and has starred in Heartbeat, Class Act and Midsomer Murders. Extensive theatre credits include: Michael Morpurgo’s Butterfly Lion, Driving Miss Daisy, Calendar Girls, Prick Up Your Ear and Shirley Valentine.

Keith Barron most recently starred in BBC’s Lapland playing a role which he then returned to in Being Eileen. He’s also known for Haggard and All Night Long, and was a regular character on ITV’s Where the Heart Is. In 2007 Barron joined ITV1’s Coronation Street as George Trench.

Neil Stacy has appeared in many other television favourites including To Serve Them All My Days and Rumpole of the Bailey.

Tickets for the production can be purchased at the box office at the theatre, by calling 0844 871 7649 or by visiting www.atgtickets.com/stoke

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