Critical acclaim for the new 2012 production of Spamalot
King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have galloped triumphantly into London's West End with their freshly minted 2012 production of Spamalot and the critics are loving it!
Kings of Comedy, Marcus Brigstocke and Jon Culshaw will share the starring role of King Arthur*, alongside the irrepressible Bonnie Langford as the Lady of the Lake and TV legend Todd Carty as Patsy.
The show features the hilarious songs He Is Not Dead Yet, Knights Of The Round Table, Find Your Grail and of course the Nation's Favourite Comedy Song Always Look on The Bright Side Of Life and features Eric Idle himself as God (on screen)*.
**** 'In this uber-summer of all things gloriously British, A wonderfully reworked version of Eric Idle's popular musical returns for a triumphant run.'
***** 'I honestly haven’t laughed so hard and so many times in years'
Daily Star Sunday
'Book yourself a ticket to Spamalot – it will help you look on the Bright Side of Life!'
'Spamalot is really great. If you haven't seen it, go, GO'
Chris Tarrant, BBC Radio 2
'It's fantastic fun!'
'A lovely pudding of British silliness topped off with Eric Idle's hilarious songs!'
'Just give way to your inner child and laugh a lot!'
'A fresher (sub)version of the Grail legend has galloped into town'
'Bonnie Langford – a voice that threatens to blow the back wall off the theatre!'
'Lovingly reformed from the classic film, the new Spamalot had the audience in stitches'
Mail On Sunday
'Spamalot will still make you laugh a lot!'
*Marcus Brigstocke and John Culshaw will share the role of King Arthur and appear as follows:
Marcus Brigstocke: 4 - 8 September
Jon Culshaw: 2 August - 2 September