The hit musical‘Spamalot’will be staged in Perth this week by Ad-Lib Theatre Arts.
Ad-Lib, which is based in Perth city centre, will be taking to the stage to perform the comedy showcase at North Inch Community Campus from Thursday, April 19 until Saturday, April 21.
Written by Eric Idle,‘Spamalot’is “lovingly-ripped off”from the Monty Python classic‘The Holy Grail’, telling the tale of King Arthur as he travels around the kingdom in search of the elusive Holy Grail.
The musical, which is being staged in the Fair City for the first time, will include all Monty Python’s classic songs, including‘Always Look on the Bright Side of Life’,‘Brave Sir Robin’and ‘Knights of the Round Table’.
Victoria Rice, the musical’s creative director, said:“Ad-Lib is delighted to present the hilarious musical Spamalot. A new musical lovingly ripped-off from the motion picture Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
“Whether you are a Monty Python fan or not, this production will have you laughing from curtains up to finale.”
A performance will be held at 7pm each night, and there will be a Saturday matinee performance at 1pm.
Tickets for Ad-Lib’s Spamalot cost £14.50, concessions £13.50 and under 12s will cost £12.50 from www. ticketsource.co.uk