Could Men Behave Badly Again …… classic Tony & Gary moments @ The Forum Studio Theatre!

Could Men Behave Badly Again …… classic Tony & Gary moments @ The Forum Studio Theatre!
Rehearsals are well underway at The Forum Studio Theatre Chester for “Men Behaving Badly” which runs from 1st-5th March.
Directed by Andy Jordan and James Radhi of RJ Productions, “Men Behaving Badly” provided the prototype for a generation.  It observed real life with it’s depiction of how two men — Gary and Tony —- spent their time, it provided an operational manual for all men on how to get in the pizza and beer, sit in front of the TV and talk about football and women.  And while they conducted belching contests and chased ladies while running in the opposite direction from anything that involved responsibility or commitment, their neighbours Deborah and Dorothy remained enduringly fond.  Despite their immature, politically incorrect behaviour there is something loveable about Gary and Tony, you want to be friends with them!
So, get nostalgic, pick up a few lagers in the theatre bar beforehand, and come and watch three episodes from this classic 90s sitcom.  Bookings are
on-line at www.tiptopproductions.co.uk or by phoning the box office on 01244-341296 TuesdayFriday 10am-1pm, tickets priced at £10.00, concessions at £9.00.
It’s cheaper than a takeaway!
contributed to Chester Culture by Sally Dillon
Attachments:
Show Poster
Pic 1 – left to right: Rob Lyon (Tony), Catherine Bryant (Deborah), Chris Jones (Gary), Alison Pritchard (Dorothy)
Pic 2 – left to right:       ”                                        ”                   Alison Pritchard (Dorothy), Chris Jones (Gary)
Photo Credits – Steve Cain @ Eventphotography SC
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