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An Evening with Actor Larry Lamb – ‘Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage, Mrs Worthington!’

24th June 2023 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Hanford School-Shana Douglas in concert at the Hanford Festival of Performing and Creative Arts 2

Larry Lamb is one of Britain’s most popular and accomplished stage and screen actors. He has starred in numerous TV series, playing iconic roles as ‘Mick Shipman’ in BBC’s Gavin & Stacey and ‘Archie Mitchell’ in Eastenders. Larry regularly works with BBC1’s The One Show, presenting their history and heritage films. Previously, Larry hosted his own LBC 97.3 Sunday Morning radio show, talking to the station’s 1.3 million listeners about the big, real-life issues of the week. A keen traveller, Larry has presented Channel 5’s Rome: The World’s First Super Power’ series, More4’s Disappearing Britain and is currently in development with some exciting new factual-based TV projects. Larry took part in ITV1’s I’m a Celebrity, Get me Out of Here series 16. He cycled across Britain with his son George for Channel 5’s docu-series Britain by Bike. And most recently explored his family ancestry with ITV’s DNA Journey.

Larry’s talk, loosely entitled “Don’t Put Your Daughter On The Stage, Mrs Worthington” promises to be a wonderful evening, full of fun and laughter in wonderful company. Not to be missed!

This event is part of a week-long Festival of Performing and Creative Arts at Hanford School. There will be different concerts and talks each evening. The festival ends on Sunday 25th with an open garden event, as part of the National Gardens Scheme, where there will be a live band, cream teas and a magician show.

Drinks will be available from 6.30pm ahead of the talk.

Book your tickets on Eventbrite from 19th May.



24th June 2023
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm