Comic Shakespeare Revue staged at Sidmouth.
AFTER the success of James Pellow’s Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest last year, theatre company Antic Disposition returns to Sidmouth with its hit comedy show, The Shakespeare Revue.
AFTER the success of James Pellow’s Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest last year, theatre company Antic Disposition returns to Sidmouth with its hit comedy show The Shakespeare Revue.
The Bard would probably enjoy the sparkling compilation of songs and sketches he inspired for this show, which is on at the Manor Pavilion Theatre from 7.30pm from Thursday, May 26 to Saturday, May 28.
First presented by the RSC, more than 40 of the biggest names in comedy have contributed, including No�l Coward, Alan Bennett, Fry and Laurie, Stephen Sondheim and Victoria Wood.
New material has been added and Antic Disposition’s updated production is directed by Ben Horslen and John Risebero.
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Performers are Sophie Cosson, Helen Evans, Mark Iles and Nicholas White, with musical direction by Huw Evans at the piano.
Tickets are �10 available from the theatre box office (01395) 514413.
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