CREATORS of exceptional theatre entertainment and one of South Devon’s treasures, TOADS, have again pulled out all the stops to bring to you a cavalcade of new and inspirational performances for their 2023/2024 season
First in the line-up is Dad’s Army, which is currently playing at the Little Theatre as part of a two-week run.
It’s back to 1941 and the sound of marching feet is echoing around the theatre. Three episodes of the perennial TV favourite Dad’s Army have been rehearsed and ready to have you laughing in your seats.The episodes have been adapted for the stage by the original writers, David Croft and Jimmy Perry, and include all of the well-loved characters.
Said the show’s director Julie Hancocks: ‘We have 22 actors who have been working hard on this production for a while, and we have had so many laughs during rehearsal.
‘We’re now ready to share our fun with the audience. The actors have tried their utmost to capture the essence of the characters they are portraying. We also have one or two surprises up our sleeves to transport the audience back to 1941.’
The show will run at the theatre until August 19. Further information on this and all 2023/24 shows in the forthcoming season can be found on the website: www.toadstheatre.co.uk