Warehouse Theatre Company's Dick Barton Episode III: the Tango of Terror

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Oberon, 2001 - Drama - 79 pages
Dick Barton, hero of the BBC's 1940s radio serial, is back in this, the third of Phil Willmott's crtically acclaimed and hugely successful series of musical comedies. This show works both independently of its predecessors and as the final part of a hilarious trilogy.
A ruthless Latin love lothario has set his sights on the women of London. No gal is safe from the swarthy continental's sultry seductions as he cha-cha-chas his wicked way into the boudoirs and jewellery boxes of Belgravia.
Thank heavens that square-jawed British hero, Barton, is on hand to save the dignity and diamonds of our dowagers and debutantes - but will the fancy footwork of this foreign fiend defeat him? Join DB, Jock, Snowy and a host of old pals for more thrills, spills, and some tip-top tunes.

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