Bad Behaviour Returning to Worthing!

If taking home a urinal from your pub, turning a condom machine into a cheese dispenser and sampling a ‘complimentary gherkin’ mean anything to you, then the chances are that you probably once watched the hit 90s sitcom Men Behaving Badly. Or you’re just very strange.

In honour of the 20th anniversary of the Worthing-based penultimate episode of the BBC sitcom ‘Gary In Love’ being aired, The Dome Theatre, Worthing and history events company, All-Inclusive History are delighted to announce the first ever ‘Badlyfest’ this March – an evening of celebration of all things Men Behaving Badly. It takes place on the 26th from 7.30pm.

The sitcom’s creator and writer, Simon Nye (The Durrells, Is it Legal?, Flushed Away, Just
William) will be on stage to answer Q&A from interviewer Kevin Newman and those attending at 8pm before the viewing of ‘Gary In Love’ at 9.30. They will be able to book their ‘Worthing Behaving Badly’ walking tour, following the sites and hearing the stories of the Worthing episode, including the now demolished Groyne View Hotel.

Lager in a barbeque will of course be on hand and anyone attending in 90s period dress (bad grey suit and terrible ties/curtain hairstyle) will indeed be awarded their very own complimentary gherkin.

Tickets for Badlyfest cost £7.50 and are available from the Dome Box office or via the Dome website. For more details of the walking tour, please contact info@allinclusivehistory.org or call 07504 863867.