Tally Ho, Secret Several!

Theatre (comedy, adaptation)

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  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 18 months

Description

Spoof of Enid Blyton’s famous adventure book series The Secret Seven. Join this unruly bunch of intrepid explorers as they solve the most puzzling mystery their secret society has ever seen. There will be intrigue, danger and lashings of ginger beer in this high-energy, nostalgic, tongue-in-cheek comedy. Will they ever discover what was in the old man’s mysterious sack? Can they fight off the beastly competition from the Famous Five? Why do Barbara’s rock buns keep getting bigger? Is anyone going to ask them why, for a children’s society, they all look suspiciously adult?

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General venue access

  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: If not taking the lift there is a large flight to 1st floor of hotel then a further 4 steps to venue.
  • Wheelchair access type: Standard passenger lift to 1st floor then platform lift up the 4 steps.

  • Stairs: 11- 20
    Number of stairs is provided as guidance and is not in addition to any wheelchair access type (lift/ramp etc) stated above.

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Natalie Sproston 82 days ago

Such a good show! So funny and the whole cast worked so well together. Would definitely recommend.

Diana Jane 82 days ago

Review for Tally ho the secret several.
If you remember Enid Blyton you will love this parody! It’s full of energy and fun with loads of laughs! The actors are superb and the mystery of the missing gnomes will have you laughing all the way through. Definitely a five star performance!

Tom Lloyd 82 days ago

Very funny great atmosphere, actors where brilliantly lively and presented their hilariously odd characters with perfect comedy timing. If you’ve ever read any Enid Blyton this show takes a refreshing spin on some loved characters, taking you on a fun mystery to find the gnome stealing fiend.
Would recommend to all ages, well worth a watch!

S Moreton 83 days ago

Bit loud and full on for us . Maybe we are getting old . I think the venue was a bit too small . Might do better in a bigger venue . Its ok if you would like a bit of fun . Not the polished performance of some of the other shows we have seen at the Fringe , but i think it was designed to be like that . Fast paced . Would maybe appeal to a younger audiences . Not our cup of tea sadly, but it enhances the ethos of the Fringe that anyone can have a go at performing and inclusion is what really matters after all. The people taking part in the play certainly seemed to enjoy themselves . That did shine through in their performance.

Joshua Wren 84 days ago

The production was brilliantly acted and a lot of fun bundled into 50 minutes, with the cast expertly portraying the childish innocence and joy of the secret several!

Anna Carter 84 days ago

We loved it. Very slick acting and lots of laughs. Well done

Alana Hardy 85 days ago

Very funny, brilliant actors - well worth a watch!

Leila Kraushaar 88 days ago

This was a really fun show. We laughed a lot.

I assume it is literally a documentary about growing up as an English person. Even now.

Tally ho!

stephen mcmanus 89 days ago

Hilarious show. Saw first production. Excellent script and hugely talented cast. Loved it. Five star performance

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