The story of Stanley Holloway : the man, the music, the monologues
Dave switches between being the narrator and the man himself on Stanley's roller coaster ride to fame, meeting on the way old friends such as Sam Small and Albert Ramsbottom.
The great classic monologues and songs are revisited. "Sam, Pick Oop Tha' Musket","The Lion and Albert" and "Three Ha'pence a Foot" all feature, along with"My Word, You Do Look Queer", "Brahn Boots" and "With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm"...
... and from My Fair Lady, we hear "Get Me To The Church On Time" and "With A Little Bit O'Luck".
For details of upcoming performances of the show, click here to visit the gigs page.
To enquire about booking With A Little Bit O' Luck, please click here for contact details.
Recording available! Click here to purchase a CD of this show from Ada Recordings (also available from various other outlets around the Internet).
Sealey gave a highly-polished and engaging performance, interspersing a broad range of famous and lesser known Holloway masterpieces. With a great talent for characterisation and impressive comic timing, he breathed new life into the more familiar pieces... he should be congratulated for keeping Stanley's story alive with such tremendous enthusiasm. "With A Little Bit O'Luck", he'll be back with another show soon!" Mark Lillycrop, Newbury Journal
A lot of happiness was generated - and good memories for many of a "gentler" style of entertainment from a "gentleman". Chief Administrator, Church Stretton Arts Festival
"A very smooth, relaxed and professionally crafted act." Promoter, Warwickshire Live & Local Rural Touring