The Real Ken Dodd, The Man I Loved

The Real Ken Dodd, The Man I Loved

The Real Ken Dodd, The Man I Loved

The Real Ken Dodd, The Man I Loved

Wed 10 Jul, 2pm & 7:30pm

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Full Price: £14*

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Running Time: 3 hours plus an interval

THE REAL KEN DODD – The Man I Loved

Lifting the veil on Britain’s greatest comic genius

Star-studded Exclusive Documentary on the private and public life of Sir Ken Dodd featuring thoughts from his private notebooks – “Happiness is a frame of mind”  

THE REAL KEN DODD – The Man I Loved is an exclusive feature documentary film which reveals for the first time the private man behind Britain’s greatest comic genius.

Not yet broadcast and produced over four years with full access from Ken’s widow Lady Dodd, the film takes an in-depth look into Doddy’s private world, exploring the many secrets of his comic talent, revealing never-before-seen home-videos, stage performances and extracts from some of the thousands of Ken’s diary notebooks which he’d asked his wife to burn after his death.  Wrestling with her conscience for quite some time, Lady Dodd, finally agrees with entertainment historians, museum curators and many of Ken’s admirers like Stephen K Amos, Harry Hill, Shaparak Khorsandi, Lee Mack, Paul O’Grady, Johnny Vegas, and Sir Ian McKellen to preserve Doddy’s notebooks for posterity.  These stars explore their passion and memories of Ken in this candid, insightful film which takes you backstage behind the red curtain to reveal a far more intriguing man than the public or even his wife ever realised.

Narrated by Miriam Margolyes, a long-standing fan and friend who got her first big break working with Doddy, the fly-on-the-wall cameras follow Anne as she wrestles to preserve Ken’s enormous comic and musical legacy. Witness Lady Dodd as she embarks on a four-year odyssey to establish Doddy’s lifelong dream to build a British Comedy Museum and begins to understand that if his dream is ever going to happen that is now her job. Along the way Dodd’s legacy helps create a new Shakespeare Northern Globe theatre and ensures that Ken has become the first comic to have a national museum exhibition celebrating his 70 years bringing “Happiness” to audiences across Britain.

Full of his greatest comic performances, the film lifts the veil on the secrets of the Squire of Knotty Ash and is a must-see for all Doddy fans

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Wed 10 Jul 2 pm £14 Book
Wed 10 Jul 7:30 pm £14 Book

Marina Theatre

Full Price: £14*

*plus a 95p booking fee per ticket

Running Time: 3 hours plus an interval