RADIO 4's 'I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue' Recorded at The Marlowe Theatre
RADIO 4's long-running comedy show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, recorded at The Marlowe Theatre, will be aired in the next two weeks.
When it went on sale in October, it became the fastest selling show at the Canterbury venue, with every ticket going in just 41 minutes.
The panel show's stalwarts, Graeme Garden, Jack Dee and Colin Sell, were joined by Susan Calman, John Finnimore and Tony Hawks at The Marlowe on 1 December. Despite the absence of Tim Brook-Taylor and Barry Cryer, the audience of aficionados loved every minute, not needing the pre-show encouragement of producer Jon Naismith to cheer and laugh out loud because "smiles don't work on radio".
All the usual games, including Mornington Crescent, One Tune To The Tune Of Another and Sound Charades, were greeted with rapturous applause by an audience who obviously enjoyed the local references (good and bad) to Canterbury.
Two programmes were recorded: the first goes out (on Radio 4) at 6.30pm, Monday 15 December (repeated noon, Sunday 21 December); the second, 6.30pm, Monday 22 December (repeated noon, Sunday 28 December). It will also be broadcast on Radio 4 Extra.