Monty Pythons Spamalot is what it takes to be funny. As an uproarious laugh out
loud musical comedy it engages and excavates the Arthurian Legend and is a deviating
stage adaptation of 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. As a loose thread
of the film this musical comedy tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and the
Knights of the Round Table and features a mix of surprise elements.
After a renewal and with a completely new look Spamalot has an all new stage strategy
to get you off your seats rolling down laughing. After successful international
tours and a good four years run on Broadway this brand new production of Monty Pythons
Spamalot is back in Londons theatrical town of West End to turn the tables. The
previous West End production ran at the Palace Theatre from 16 October 2006 to 3
January 2009. The show returned to the Harold Pinter Theatre of West End last summer
for a limited time run and after a commercial and critical success, the production
moved to Playhouse Theatre London and extended its run at West End.
With book and lyrics by Eric Idle and music by John du Prez and Eric Idle, this
tongue in cheek comedy is nothing less than a laughing therapy whether you are a
fan of Pythonism or not. Directed by Christopher Luscombe, this new production features
some hysterically funny movements pulled remarkably well by the talented cast of
Spamalot. The show features Joe Pasquale in the leading role of King Arthur. Tickets
to Monty Pythons Spamalot to the Playhouse Theatre London can be booked all the
way through November of this year.