Fare stage

Marion and Geoff for West End

Rob Brydon is to appear in a West End spin-off from the BBC2 comedy Marion and Geoff.

He will appear on stage as the character of Keith Barret, a mild-mannered thirty-something minicab driver who exposes the turmoil of his life through a series of bitter-sweet monologues in the London shows.

The shows take place at the New Ambassadors Theatre for four consecutive Sundays from October 27.

For tickets, call 020 7369 1761,

Published: 14 Sep 2002

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