The Play What I Wrote
ALISON CROOSE King's Lynn Corn Exchange
King's Lynn Corn Exchange
There can never be another Eric and Ernie - but this celebration of Britain's greatest double act is guaranteed to bring its audiences plenty of sunshine.
It is a cleverly conceived show which pays homage to Morecambe and Wise by capturing their spirit and unique comic skills.
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The essence of the show's success is that the talents of Andrew Cryer and Greg Haiste echo those of Eric and Ernie - their visual comedy, sense of the ridiculous, corny one-liners and double entendres which are all in the best traditions of variety theatre.
In the best traditions of the show, the identity of the mystery guest builds up the tension. At King's Lynn Christopher Biggins joins the long list of stars who have willingly subjected themselves to being made a figure of fun - and does so with great aplomb.
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