The tears of laughter have barely dried from the last of the Monty Python gang’s Greenwich run and now fans in Bromley can giggle themselves silly.
Spamalot, the show lovingly ripped off the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, is heading out with a new production on a national tour which includes The Churchill Theatre in Bromley from April 20 to 25 next year.
The brains behind the show, Eric Idle, said: “Spamalot is fun. The new production is funnier, it’s more like a Python show.
“There are new costumes and new sets and a new director (Christopher Luscombe), so it’s just got a whole different spirit to it.”
Expect hilarious Monty Python humour a brilliantly funny musical score, plague carts, fish slapping Fins, flying cows, killer rabbits, Knights Who Say Ni, French Taunters, the Black Knight and, of course, the sound of coconuts clattering.
The cast will be announced soon.
Tickets cost £12.90 to £46.40.
Go to atgtickets.com/bromley
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