Join the Trotters for a right ol’ knees-up in Norwich as a UK and Ireland tour of Only Fools and Horses the Musical is announced.

The show, based on the hit sitcom, will be at Norwich Theatre Royal from January 13 to 18 2025.

It is heading on tour following a four-year run in London's West End.

It includes the characters Del Boy, Rodney, Grandad, Cassandra, Raquel, Boycie, Marlene, Trigger, Denzil, Mickey Pearce, Mike the Barman and the Driscoll Brothers.

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It features cherished material from John Sullivan's much-loved TV show, with a script and original score written by his son Jim and comedy giant Paul Whitehouse.

Prepare to get reacquainted with Britain’s most lovable rogues and experience the classic comedy brought to life on stage through an ingenious script and 20 hilarious songs. 

Audiences will be taken back in time when it is all kicking off in Peckham.

Norwich Evening News: The Only Fools and Horses musical was written by Paul Whitehouse (pictured) and Jim Sullivan The Only Fools and Horses musical was written by Paul Whitehouse (pictured) and Jim Sullivan (Image: Neil Reading PR Ltd)

While the yuppie invasion of London is in full swing, love is in the air as Del Boy sets out on the rocky road to find his soulmate.

Rodney and Cassandra prepare to say ‘I do’ and even Trigger is gearing up for a date.

Meanwhile, Boycie and Marlene give parenthood one final shot and Grandad takes stock of his life and decides the time has finally arrived to get his piles sorted. 

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Paul Whitehouse, who is a UEA alumnus, said: "Following four amazing years in the West End, I'm thrilled we are announcing today that Only Fools and Horses The Musical is going on tour.

"I've long been asked by many fans when this might happen, so I'm delighted to confirm that the show will be coming to a theatre near you from September next year."

Casting for the show will be announced in early 2024. 

Tickets are on sale now and cost from £10 to £59.50 at or call 01603 630000.