Performers are putting the finishing touches to their production of Spamalot which will an amateur premiere in Sheffield.
Southey Musical Theatre Company will present the outrageous musical comedy which has been ripped off from the film classic Monty Python and The Holy Grail.
The production features a bevy of beautiful beautiful showgirls, flying cows and killer rabbits, not to mention the song that will have everyone singing along, Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life.
Mark Holmes will play the role of King Arthur alongside Eli Ingle as his trusty servant/horse Patsy, made famous by Pythons Graham Chapman and Terry Gilliam.
This hilarious show was written by Python legend Eric Idle, who has been entertaining the British public for more than 50 years. The funny man also wrote the score alongside John Du Prez who is famous for his work on Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life amongst a host of other big-name film scores.
Spamalot runs at The Montgomery Theatre, Sheffield, from May 16 to 19. For tickets, call 0114 265 8688 or go to www.TheMontgomery.org.uk