Hancock and Co – One Man, Many Voices
  • West End

Following James Hurn's sell-out 2017 tour, he is back by popular demand with his stunning one-man, many voices, show, celebrating over 60 years of Hancock's Half Hour.


On this, his third visit, James - a talented actor and impressionist - will be performing a brand-new programme including one 'lost' episode of Hancock's Half Hour, and two episodes he has written himself in the same style as Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, with James voicing the entire cast. James is a master at recreating the accents and personas of such iconic 20th century British favourites as Tony Hancock, Sidney James, Hattie Jacques, Bill Kerr and Kenneth Williams.


The new show is performed in the style of a radio performance in front of a live audience, bringing to life the classic days of radio comedy. Don't miss it!


"To me, no praise is too high for James Hurn. His technical skill is astounding. If anyone is out there wondering, does it work, one man doing the whole cast? Is it like the real thing? The answers are yes and yes. Go and see him while you can." - Tom Dommett, the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society.


"Utterly masterful and quite, quite superb" - Jon Culshaw, Impressionist


"You have Tony Hancock's pitch and tone so much better than I" - Kevin McNally, Actor


"A breath-taking feat... No one could accuse James Hurn of being less than excellent in his attention to vocal detail" - Daily Echo

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