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Silly Songs Of Shakespeare: New Old Friends, Makin Projects
Silly Songs of Shakespeare is a show that does what it says on the tin: there are songs, they are silly and they are based on Shakespeare.
Spend an evening with Fearg & The Sonnettes while they serenade you with hilarious "synopsongs" of some of Will's most famous works, or illuminate a weird corner of Shakespeare's world with their witty and catchy tunes.
Highlights include The RP R&J Rap, The Kings' Song, Hey Nonny Nonny, and The De Dum Dance.
"All told, this is a riotous evening of amiable lunacy, never faltering for an instant. Genius" ***** Venue
Image © Julian Foxon Photography
New Old Friends are a comedy theatre company formed in 2008 as the pioneers of Theatre Royal Bath's egg theatre's Young Premieres scheme.
Their goal is to make entertaining new theatre that fills auditoriums with happy audiences.
'Hilarious. The funniest new kids on the block' (Arthur Smith)
'Very funny, funnier than me' (Rory Bremner)
'Very very funny' (Sarah Beeny)
'The South West's top comedy team' (Somerset Times)
'Pure comic genius' (Venue).
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Venue: Theatre Royal
Phone: 01843 292 795
Disabled Bookings: 01843 292 795
→ Margate 11 min walk