Anyone who ever ventured into a nightclub in the 1980s will recognise the characters who crop up in John Godber’s classic comedy Bouncers.
A new production of the popular play is being staged at the Forum Studio Theatre in Chester from November 14-23.
Just four actors take on around 20 roles in Godber's hilarious commentary on 1980s nightlife.
We meet the ‘lads’, the ‘girls’, a DJ, a barber, some punks, Hooray Henrys, Swedish adult movie stars and, of course, the four bouncers (led by Lucky Eric) who all relate this tale.
Sometimes poignant and always very funny, this is Tip Top's sixth outing with the play and it will be appearing for a limited run of just eight performances.
It reunites three members of the original cast from 12 years ago - Mark Newman as Judd, Simon Phillips as Ralph and Stuart Evans as Les - and introduces Neil Mason as Lucky Eric.
All tickets are £10. Bookings can be made online at www.chestertheatre.co.uk or by calling 01244 341296.