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Forty Years On. Written by Alan Bennett. West Yorkshire Playhouse ‘1993. Photo by David Whitworth.

Come and enjoy this fun-filled variety show for all the family, with non-stop gags and a selection of songs presented in Ken's unique and varied style: Everything from ballads to grand opera!

Experience the genius of a true comedy legend, icon and national treasure as he celebrates 60 years of entertaining audiences during a lifetime of happiness and laughter.

Ken Dodd is celebrating his 60th Anniversary Year as a professional entertainer with this special show.

Ken Dodd Celebration Happiness Show

Dependent on the show, some theatre groups and productions offer a chance for people to meet the cast after the show and pose for pictures.

Gregory Wilson aged 9 gets to meet the cast of Pirates of Penzance. [More]

The family and the theatre.

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Looking for an alternative to theme parks, zoos and all the other usual trips out? Why not take them to the theatre?

Theatre trips are becoming increasingly popular, as parents realise the huge benefits that children can get from attending a performance. As well as combining bits of art, literature, geography and language amongst other areas of learning, it can be a life-changing experience for a child, igniting their imagination and sparking their artistic desires.

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Presented by Wakefield Youth Music theatre

A Taste of Honey by Shelagh Delaney.

At the Hull Truck Theatre 12/04/14

Director Mark Babych


Julie Riley as Helen, Rebecca Ryan as Jo, James Weaver as Peter, Lekan Lawal as Jimmie and Christopher Hancock as Geoff

Click here to read our review and see tour dates

Post show Questions and Answers, A Taste of Honey at the Hull Truck Theatre. Photo’s by David Whitworth

Julie Riley (left) and Rebecca Ryan

Julie Riley (left) and Rebecca Ryan and Director Mark Babych

Christopher Hancock (left) Lekan Lawal (centre) and James Weaver

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