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Take a trip to merry old England with Me and My Girl, Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston's next production, being staged July 10-20 at the Robinson Theatre, 617 Lexington St., Waltham.

The part cockney and part nobility play is a raucous romp that results in an hilarious Downton Abbey-type musical.

It tells the story of Bill Snibson, a cockney gent who learns that he is the 14th heir to the Earl of Hareford and must pass a test to inherit his new fortune. When he learns that he must also give up his streetwise girlfriend Sally Smith in order to be accepted by the gentry, Bill faces a timeless choice between love and money. He ends up bringing a cockney invasion to the great Hareford Hall, an estate peopled with the upper crust of English society.

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Me and My Girl had a successful original run in England in 1937 and became a hit revival on Broadway in 1986, earning 11 Tony Award nominations. Actress Maryann Plunkett from Tewksbury took home the Tony that year for Best Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Sally Smith.

The musical features a classic score, including the hits "Doin' The Lambeth Walk" and "Love Makes the World Go 'Round."

Tickets are $35-$63, with senior and youth discounts. Visit reaglemusictheatre.com or call 781-891-5600 for tickets.

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Nancye Tuttle's email address is nancyedt@verizon.net.