Why See Monty Python's Spamalot?
What is your name!?
It's the smash hit musical Spamalot, telling the tale of King Arthur's quest to find the holy grail, only a lot funnier and sillier than what they say in the history books.
Irreverent, surreal and ridiculous in only the way Monty Python can be, Arthur's adventure sees him recruiting a rag-tag bunch of Knights and taking on many challenges, including sating a murderous rabbit, pleasing mysterious knights pre-occupied with shrubberies, and battling an adversary more interested in winning than the location of his limbs, and much more! Add some hilarious songs to the mixture and you've got yourself a musical, because these knights of the round table will dance whenever they're able!
Your mother was a hamster...
Created by former Python member Eric Idle in 2005, Spamalot became a world-wide hit, winning 3 Tony's and far eclipsing the 1975 movie 'Monty Python and The Holy Grail' (which provided the basis) in terms of success! With classic features that evoke the pure genius of the legendary comedy troupe and new pieces written by Idle for a musical audience, Spamalot is pure alchemy.
Opening night: 7 May 2019
May not be suitable for very young audiences
Two hours and 30 minutes with one intermission
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Please note this is a local production of Spamalot and not the Broadway tour
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