This classic tale of boating misadventure includes all the charm and wit of Victorian England.
Clive Francis is an actor, writer and illustrator. His highly successful adaptations include The Hound of the Baskervilles, Our Man in Havana, Three Men in a Boat, The Lavender Hill Mob, a one-man version of Dickens' A Christmas Carol and an adaptation of Ben Travers' Thark.
Rest assured many of the book's droll episodes are retained.
Moreover, Jerome loved a humorous digression, so this troupe's zany
deviations seem true to his spirit, as well as refreshing... This
touring production would perhaps like to be hailed as the next 39
Steps and land a West End transfer. * The Times *
Charm is a quality that is undervalued these days in the theatre, and indeed everywhere else. This adaptation has it in spades. * Daily Telegraph *