Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em - CANCELLED

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Hilarious mishaps and DIY disasters are bringing the house down, quite literally, as Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em hits the road with Joe Pasquale (New Faces, I’m a Celebrity, Spamalot, The Producers) as the lovable accident-prone Frank Spencer.

Betty has exciting news for Frank, but he’s preoccupied by possible newfound fame as a magician. With guests arriving for dinner and crossed wires all round, priceless misunderstandings are on the menu.

Susie Blake (Coronation Street, The Victoria Wood Show, Blithe Spirit) stars as his disapproving Mother-in-Law and Sarah Earnshaw as his long-suffering wife Betty.

Based on the 1970s classic TV comedy by Ray Allen and directed by the award-winning Guy Unsworth, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em is the ultimate feel-good night out, washed down with lashings of nostalgia and Mother’s prune wine.

Quite Frank-ly, it’s a hit!

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Windsor Castle and town history - 1 . Windsor Castle was not built as a royal residence. It was built on the orders of King William I (William the Conqueror) to defend and control the Thames Valley. Two other castles were built around the same time, at Wallingford and at Oxford. ‘Ford’ means river crossing so there must have been a strategic river crossing at Windsor too. . The castle was built on the highest point around and today when standing on the North Terrace you can see the Chiltern Hills towards Oxford. . The castle was built in wood which means that the oldest part of the castle still standing is actually the man-made hill on which today’s Round Tower stands. The computerised photo shows what it may have looked like. 📷 © Royal Collection Trust . Built between 1070 and 1086 it is further upstream from earlier royal residences at ‘Old’ Windsor. William the Conqueror put his castle at ‘New’ Windsor. In fact the town of Windsor was officially called New Windsor until 1974! _________________________ Did you know: The Crown did not actually own the land the castle was built on until 1546. The land was leased from the manor of Clewer, still part of Windsor today. _________________________ Windsor Castle A Thousand Years of a Royal Palace published by the Royal Collection Trust is a fabulous coffee table book, lavishly illustrated and at 542 pages also very heavy! . #windsor #windsorcastle #windsorhistory #lovewindsor #mywindsor #historyofwindsor #historylessonoftheday

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