Being an account in words and music of the great Anglo-French Mangle War of 1897, and the patriotic role a Music Hall song played in its outcome.
Both the script and music were writen by Mr William Farrow, that the great aging matinee idol and thespian (for which he is still taking the tablets) for your pleasure and performed for money by the Mangle Theatre Company.
NOTE. It has been brought to our attention that some disbelieving hospital broadcasters doubt that any such war took place, and that this hilarious riot of fun and music is an entirely fictional load of porkie pies. Oh come on. How do you explain that the Fench never imported their Mangles into the UK. And nobody likes the French do They !
As a collective of artists, the Mangle Theatre Company don't believe in the old out-dated practice of listing certain comany members along side the parts they portayed in this production, as this could give those with only small parts an inferiority complex.
So to all our very good friends, listed below - who played some part in this production - our grateful thanks for all your efforts.
Produced & Directed by Bill Farrow
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