Only Fools and Horses
Did you grow up watching the beloved English sitcom Only Fools and Horses? Well, there's some good news for you. This famous TV show hits the Theatre Royal Haymarket, making its West End debut...
Whether you're in London or visiting anytime soon, treating yourself to this show is sure to be a decision that's going to make you very happy. So book your tickets right now before this ultra-popular show sells out.
The Story That Captured Britain's Heart
Only Fools and Horses came to the UK as a sitcom. It was broadcast on the BBC for the first time in 1981. Dealing with the story of Derek Trotter, also known as Del Boy, and his younger brother Rodney, the plan captured Britain's Heart.
The brothers are eager to get rich through shortcuts and keep designing new schemes to achieve that goal. They even have a Trotters Independent Trading Co. company, which is often the central piece that helps them implement their schemes. Also, they possess a yellow coloured three-wheeler which has become the show's icon. It's called Reliant Regal and is an excellent reminder of the story to people who have watched it.
In the TV show, David Jason played the role of the protagonist Del Boy, who was a South London market trader. Rodney's character is played by Nicholas Lyndhurst.
Cast and Crew of the Theatre Adaptation
The TV show Only Fools and Horses was created by John Sullivan. His son, Jim Sullivan, along with famous comedian Paul Whitehouse has written the theatrical adaptation of the show. But the actors are not the same as the TV show.
While Tom Bennett plays Derek, Rodney comes to life through Ryan Hutton. The role of Trigger is played by Peter Baker, and Andy Mace portrays Grandad. Earlier, the role of Grandad was played by Paul Whitehouse, but his role recently ended.
To witness the magic and glory of this famous show, make sure you book your tickets at the Haymarket Theatre Royal right away. And if you have any English friends, make sure you treat them to an Only Fools, and Horses show too!