Classic comedy Dry Rot at Theatre Royal Windsor

Published: 10 May 2012 12:001 comment

A STRONG line-up of favourites are at the post, ready for the off in a rip-roaring classic.

Liza Goddard, Susan Penhaligan, Gareth Hale, Norman Pace, Neil Stacy and Derren Nesbitt star in John Chapman's classic comedy Dry Rot, which opened at Theatre Royal Windsor on Tuesday and will be on stage until Saturday

next week.

The hilarious farce sees a crooked bookie and his two accomplices devise a cunning plan to get rich quick by kidnapping the odds-on favourite horse and replace it with their own decrepit nag. But Honest Alf, Flash Harry and Fred find more hurdles than they bargained for on their way to the finishing post, as a comatose horse, a blossoming love affair and a bewildered French jockey cause chaos to reign under the roof of the eccentric Colonel Wagstaff and his wife.

Secret doors, split-second timing, flawless physical comedy and an all-star cast with some of the country's best loved faces promise to make Dry Rot a sure bet for an explosive night that will have you roaring with laughter.

For tickets, call the box office on 01753 853888.

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