"I'm not quite sure what I've just witnessed here, but I know it was miraculous."
Andrew Male, MOJO Review, Read more
Vivian Stanshall’s Sir Henry at Rawlinson End is the critically acclaimed musical stage play based upon the seminal 1978 album by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band's frontman Vivian Stanshall. Join Mike Livesley, who portrays the narrator and all 15 characters, as he sings, dances and capers through the crumbling Rawlinson End and takes you on a journey through the canyons of Vivian Stanshall’s mind accompanied by banjoleles, phono-fiddles, tube-trumpets, poppadoms and spoons. Surreally silly, ‘Sir Henry’ is a Bonzo/Python/Sellers/League of Gentlemen/Goon-esque cavort through an eccentric landscape described in the opening lines as “English as tuppence”.
'Tour de force' Liverpool Daily Post Review, 2010
'Barking, riotous, wonderful, rich, lewd, absurdist, quintessentially English stuff, tied together perfectly by a towering central performance'. Liverpool Seven Streets Review, 2010
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Wed 21st March - 7.30pm
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