Living Spit (Six Wives of Henry VIII) present another comedy masterpiece with silly songs, pitiful puppetry and Biblical befuddlement – not for the faint-hearted (or the extremely religious)!
In a desperate and gratuitous attempt to wring yet more cash out of their smash-hit Christmas show, ‘The Nativity’ for the absolute minimum effort, Living Spit have cleverly renamed it ‘The Late-ivity’!
With a couple of perfunctory tweaks to the script and literally a few minutes of re-rehearsal, they’ve managed to make it appear that they’ve put loads of thought into it, whilst actually doing barely any work. The mistletoe may be manky and the tinsel may be tired, but the ever reliable Living Spit will be delivering the same cornucopia of comic Christmassy crudeness that they did in December. Only this time it’s got a slightly different title. And they’re doing it In January.
As King Herod would say, ‘What a pair of lazy f***ers.’
Cast – Howard Coggins, Stu McLoughlin
Director – Craig Edwards
Stage Manager – Fiona Trim
Producer – Ali Robertson
- RUNNING TIME1 hour 30 minutes, with interval
- AGE RECOMMENDATION16 plus
- TICKETS£13 Full Price, £10 Concession
- VENUEThe Wardrobe Theatre
7.30pm Tuesday to Saturday
2.00pm matinees on Saturdays