Adrian Scarborough

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Betty Blue Eyes

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Role Wormold
Director Richard Eyre
Novello Theatre
Betty Blues Eyes, the new musical adaptation of Alan Bennett’s 1984 film A Private Function, which has opened at the Novello Theatre in the West End.

Adrian plays Wormold, the absolutist meat inspector patrolling a small town in Northern England, in which a pig – the eponymous Betty – is being illegally reared in advance of a banquet to celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding.
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Betty Blue Eyes
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Adrian Scarborough, striding through the action in a gauleiter's fascist mac, is also wickedly funny as the obsessed meat-inspector. Michael Billington
The Guardian

There's potent support, too, from Adrian Scarborough as the sadistic stickler Wormold, garbed as if a reject from the Gestapo. Henry Hitchings
The Evening Standard

Adrian Scarborough as a vengeful food inspector that gives Javert from Les Mis a run for his money. Mark Shenton
The Stage

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