Had an absolute blast chatting with presenter Nina Davis and the super-talented Lucie Pohl on Soho Radio on Friday 4th March. Such a coincidence to chat with Lucie after we shared the same venue back in 2014 at the Edinburgh Fringe. Here we are, chatting about respective shows.
Tickets are now live for our sell-out show ‘A Fistful of Spaghetti‘!
Wednesday 24th February, 7PM
North Thoresby Village Hall
Thursday 25th February, 7.30PM
Old Nick Theatre, Gainsborough
Friday 26th February, 7.30PM
Alford Corn Exchange
Saturday 27th February, 7.30PM
Caxton Theatre, Grimsby
Leicester Square, London Dates:
Wednesday 2nd – Sunday 6th March, 7PM
We’re catching the next stagecoach down to London’s Leicester Square Theatre for a week-long West End transfer of our latest success A Fistful of Spaghetti.
The spoof western, written by John Hewer and directed by Peter Hoggart, was first performed in October 2015 to great sell-out success across a 7-venue tour. The show is returning to Lincolnshire for a whistle-stop tour in February before moving to the Leicester Square Theatre from 2nd-6th March.
Our brand new show A Fistful of Spaghetti received its worldwide premiere yesterday at the niche little studio space at Spilsby Theatre. A remarkable turnout lapped up the laughs and tickets are well and truly flying for the remaining shows.
In the meantime, have some fun with this YA VARMINTS 😉
Huge thanks to Nicola Gilroy at BBC Radio Lincolnshire for a chat about all things A Fistful of Spaghetti with writer and producer John Hewer. Check out the interview online here and find out all about our crowdfunding campaign here. Only 10 days left! Lots of fantastic rewards for those who give us a pledge.
Just Like That! The Tommy Cooper Show is set return to the intimate Museum of Comedy for a limited run of 10 laughter-filled performances in December.
Whether you’re feeling the Christmas spirit or not, this phenomenally popular tribute show is guaranteed to tickle your chuckle-muscles.
Visit the A Fistful of Spaghetti webpage for further details