Keeping up appearances after 50 years
ACTRESS Josephine Tewson, best known as the long-suffering neighbour Elizabeth in Keeping Up Appearances, will be appearing at the Arts Centre in High Wycombe.
Josephine is best known for her role in the British television series and as Miss Davenport in Last of the Summer Wine.
She is set to star at the art centre on Friday at 7pm.
A regular comedy performer in sketches featuring Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker on Frost on Sunday and Hark at Barker in 1970, she later appeared in Mostly Monkhouse, a BBC Radio Comedy programme with David Jason supporting Bob Monkhouse.
She also appeared on the Charlie Drake show, Z Cars and Emergency Ward 10 in the 1960s.
Josephine played Edna Hawkins in the first six series of the British sitcom Shelley. In 1988, she played Jane Travers in the sitcom Clarence, which was written by Ronnie Barker and was his last starring tele role before his retirement.
Still Keeping Up Appearances is a hugely fun and irreverent evening of chat and memories of a fifty-year career with one of Britain’s most loved comedy actresses; from Frost On Sunday to the Two Ronnies, Shelley, Keeping Up Appearances and Last of the Summer Wine.
To book visit www.josephinetewson. co.uk.