Meet alter egos Sergeant Wilson and Barbara Nice at South Holland Centre
Next week, there’s a chance to see a wonderful show full of glorious reminiscences and stories from the golden age of classic British comedy.
In an affectionate tribute to John Le Mesurier, impressionist Julian Dutton becomes the man behind Dad’s Army’s Sergeant Wilson, capturing his tone of voice and debonair mannerisms perfectly, down to the very last ‘you see’.
The play is set in 1972, when John Le Mesurier is waiting for a journalist as he sits in a dressing-room at BBC Television Centre during filming for Dad’s Army. The Home Guard sitcom is a huge success and he has recently won a BAFTA.
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