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My niece, Amy, is directing a production at the King's Head Theatre London Stand and Deliver!. It's a late night production starting at 10pm, Amy tells me it's can be described as a comedy/musical an alternative pantomime!
"Spawned from Naughty Sport, an outrageous, award-winning football fanzine, comes Stand and Deliver! a unique comedy musical. Join ordinary bloke, Frank Goldenboy, on a time travelling romp to 1731 - where he seeks to realise his ambition of becoming a highwayman in an over-zealous attempt to safeguard the future of his beloved local football club.
Following a workshop production in July, Stand and Deliver! makes its London debut in style at the King's Head. Produced by the show’s writer, Wayne Gumble and directed by Amy Gunn, the show is like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. You’ll be whooshed along on a comedy excursion harking back to the halcyon days of Carry On movies, Camberwick Green, Dick Emery and Mr Benn. Accompanied on the journey by Frank’s children, Paris and Antwerp, you’ll meet Nell Cleavidge, a lady never short of innuendo, Clive Urinal, the referee with a secret life, and Boscombe Chart, the inspirational coach of AC Milan. Chuck in a heaped spoonful of panto style and a soupcon of ‘Pythonesque’ humour and you’re just about ready for a taste of time travelling tomfoolery. As you travel, your constant companions will be classic pop hits from the 1980s and the iconic humour and chants from the terraces of Frank’s beloved Enfield FC. If you struggle to keep up, television presenters Mmbop Hansen and Ulrika Pearce will guide you but be warned – you may never think of Stansted Airport in the same way again! Come along ready to party - Stand and Deliver! is the perfect laugh-out-loud (and sing along even louder) feel good adventure this Christmas."
To find out times dates and book tickets go to the King's Head website