MONTY PYTHON'S SPAMALOT AT THE MINACK
18 August 2014
In the middle of a busy month at The Minack the Mitre Players will put on their version of Monty Python's Spamalot.
Written by original Python Eric Idle, the play is a hilarious and silly one which is certain to split the sides of its audience.
The Minack will play host, for the first time, to the all-singing, all-dancing legend of King Arthur and his gallant Knights of the Round Table - and Patsy - as you've never seen it before.
Horseless knights followed by coconut-bashing peasants, killer rabbits, damsels- in-distress called Herbert and knights who say Ni in high-pitched voices will all be present in the play, and elsewhere at the Minack.
The play has all the best bits of Monty Python and The Holy Grail and will disappoint neither Python lovers nor people who’ve never come across the surrealist humour of Monty Python before.
Visit the Minack website for more details.