Their schedule was originally planned until 10 September, however the multi-talented musicians, comedians, acrobats dancers and jugglers will now be wrapping up early.
June 2011 saw the opening of this Circus troupe at London’s Vaudeville theatre. One review from Official London Theatre stated “If you’re after bad puns, self-deprecating humour and a bit of dangerous juggling, you can’t go far wrong with the quirky brothers’ equally quirky show.”
Inspired by Monty Python and The League Of Gentleman, The Flying Karamazov Brothers is an eclectic, raucous and hilarious theatrical experience. With tickets still on sale with discounts on all performances up until the closure on 20th August, it is well worth a visit.
The summer productions are followed at the Vaudeville theatre by the transfers of the Tricycle theatre production of Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass, which runs from 14 September to 10 December.
The Vaudeville is still home to the children’s classic picture book, The Tiger Who Came To Tea, and it will continue to perform and entertain the little ones until 4th September.
Book The Flying Karamazov Brothers tickets online now.
[posted by Lucy, 05/08/2011]