Welcome

Welcome to the website of the Tony Hancock Appreciation Society, which is dedicated to preserving and promoting the works of Tony Hancock.

Here you will find everything you need to know about the great man himself, including details of his fantastic radio and television shows, archive material and much, much more.

The Society has a large archive of programmes from both TV and radio, which are available for members to hire and there is a merchandise section for members to purchase CDs, DVDs and other memorabilia. The Society also produces Newsletters and old copies are available to view in the Members section of this website.

And if you have an old recording of Tony, it could be one of many missing programmes.  We are running a campaign to track down as many of the missing progammes as possible; a full list can be found here.  If you have a missing programme or even if you are not sure if it is a missing episode, please get in touch.

We are also running The Tony Hancock Archive Appeal; please help us raise money to save an historically important archive of material related to Tony

So why noy join the Society today, it couldn't be easier; just click here.

So what do you get by being a member? For just £12.50 a year (£13.50 by PayPal) or £20.00 for overseas members (£21.00 by PayPal), you'll receive 4 Newsletters packed with information on Tony, his shows, archive material and much much more. Membership also provides a great chance to meet stars and writers etc. at the Annual Reunion Event and there are other local events that you can attend. You'll also be able to access the members only section of this website for merchandise, programme hire and details of special events. So what's stopping you?

Join today by clicking here - PayPal accepted - or apply by snail mail to our membership secretary (see Contacts for details)

Latest News

Roger Ley has just published his new book: ' A Horse in the Morning'.
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Mark Bamforth's Homage to Hancock was performed on Monday 19th June. The show was reviewed by Leslie Kerkham.
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