DIARY: Ron gets caught with his trousers down in suburban playhouse

Earlier this year (14 April, to be exact), we ran a rather dainty story on the ubiquitous Ron Leagas, chairman of Leagas Shafron and thespian extraordinaire, taking part in Hello, Dolly! at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley.

Earlier this year (14 April, to be exact), we ran a rather dainty story

on the ubiquitous Ron Leagas, chairman of Leagas Shafron and thespian

extraordinaire, taking part in Hello, Dolly! at the Churchill Theatre in

Bromley.



Well, he’s at it again. Only this time he’s baring his legs. Well, he’s

not actually, but he is in tights. And rumours abound that he treated

Bromley pensioners to a flash of the famous Leagas Y-fronts on Saturday,

when he dropped his trousers during a matinee performance of Camelot.

Ron, this was meant to be a serious production, not a panto. (To tell

the truth, his trousers just fell down, but it doesn’t look like he had

much to reveal, anyway - fnaar fnaar.)



While we’re on the subject of pantomimes, we’d just like to thank our

partner in this latest revelation, George at Mirror Group Newspapers -

without you, all this wouldn’t have been possible. Our only regret is

that we couldn’t have a picture of you as well.



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