While living rough they meet con men, Good Samaritans, wide boys
and buskers - in pubs, burger bars and doss houses across the length and breadth of England.
SEAMUS COLEMAN wants to be Everton's wide boy
- and has vowed to make the most of a possible recall to the Goodison first team.
But purchasers would definitely not want to buy from the likes of Del Boy ("a likeable rogue but untrustworthy"), Chris Evans ("a bit of a wide boy
"), or Geri Halliwell ("too pushy").
The North Walian performer has been a huge hit in the West End, and his recent appearances in the show in Cardiff and Llandudno were critically acclaimed, but the actor has revealed how difficult it was following the Gavin & Stacey star in the role of bumbling wide boy
The wide boy
- SPL Young Player of the Month for September - starred again on Saturday as Aberdeen beat Kilmarnock 3-1 at Rugby Park to move up to third in the table.
The Team GB boss - named last week as interim England manager - left Tynecastle massively impressed by the Celtic wide boy
in the Hoops' 4-0 win over Hearts.
But the ex-Liverpool wide boy
has stayed away from the headlines in recent years, and now Blackburn boss Allardyce is urging fans to give him a second chance.
It's the second time he has tackled the role of the platoon's 'Wide Boy
' Private Joe Walker - made famous on TV by James Beck - on stage and he wrings every possible laugh out of it according to producer Ed O'Driscoll.
The 93cm 'Wide Boy
', which is double the width of a normal deck-chair, is designed for amorous couples for whom 'two chairs are just too far apart'.
DAVID MOYES hopes that wide boy
James McFadden can sparkle on centre stage this season.
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The wide boy
said: "We have a great chance of going up with this squad.
Former Hoops wide boy
is keen to pass on his wealth of knowledge
Versatile enough to go from a stammering Northern shopkeeper In Open All Hours, to a crooked cockney wide boy
in Porridge,Ronnie Barker was perhaps the best- loved comedy actor of his day.
HAVING read Jenny Watson's review of The Ale House at the Royal Court,I agree with her overall rating but cannot understand why she criticised the performance of Roy Davis as wide boy