Comedy legend Laurel returns to the Kings

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Half of one of the most famous comedy duos of all time returns to the Kings Theatre in ...And This Is My Friend Mr Laurel.

Stan Laurel famously performed at The Kings Theatre in 1954 and 60 years later Jeffrey Holland, famous for his performance as Spike in the BBC’s Hi-De-Hi, takes on the role of the iconic comedian in a biographical one-man show.

As part of the Portsmouth Festivities the show is set in the bedroom of a sick Oliver Hardy, offering a touching glimpse into one of the world’s greatest comedy partnerships.

...And this is My Friend Mr Laurel is showing at the Kings Theatre, Southsea on Monday at 7.30pm and is a studio theatre performance with seating on the main stage.

Tickets: £12, Concessions £10. Call (023) 9282 8282.