Sir Dance-A-Lot is the last of the Boogie Knights, exiled from his land where disco lovers are persecuted. Expect dungeons, dragons and disco disco disco. 'One of the most stupidly brilliant things you'll see' (Fest). 'His audience don't suffer, though they may get dizzy at all the strangeness swirling around their heads' (Chortle.co.uk). Starring Adam Larter, Helen Duff and Sam Nicoresti. Directed by Olivier Award winner Jon Brittain (Rotterdam, Maggie Queen of Soho, John Kearns). Produced by Funny Women Award winner Alex Hardy (Dave Gorman, Tony Law).
A big, joyful, silly adventure from the reliably bonkers man behind the Weirdos comedy collective. Particularly recommended for those with a fondness for disco.
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|Helen Duff||Ensemble Actor|
|Sam Nicoresti||Ensemble Actor|