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14th Nov 2012

Running Time

1 hour 55 minutes

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What's it all about?

Audiences all around the world have been roaring with laughter since Monty Python's Spamalot, by Python man Eric Idle and his musical partner-in-silliness John Du Prez, won the Tony Award for Best Musical in 2005. 

With all your favourite bits 'lovingly ripped off' from classic movie comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail plus lots more new stuff to get your teeth into, don't miss your night with the Knights of The Round Table at the most infectiously funny musical of the century.

What's the story?

Spamalot tells the legendary tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table and features a bevy (or possibly a brace) of beautiful show girls, witch burnings (Cancelled - too expensive), not to mention cows, killer rabbits and French people.

The show includes the hilarious songs He Is Not Dead Yet, Knights of the Round Table, Find Your Grail and of course the Nation's Favourite Comedy Song (Reader's Digest Poll 2009) Always Look On the Bright Side of Life.

Who's in it?

Joe Pasquale returns to the show as King Arthur. Carley Stenson plays the Lady of the Lake. She played Steph Cunningham in Channel 4's Hollyoaks before returning to her roots in musical theatre with the lead role of Elle Woods in Legally Blonde in the West End. After over a year of bending and snapping she joined the cast of Shrek the Musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane as Princess Fiona to further critical acclaim.

Most recently she she was a special guest star in West End Men at the Vaudeville Theatre, and gained 5-star reviews for her Edinburgh Festival performance in Title of Show.

Who is Spamalot suitable for?

You don't have to be a Python fan to enjoy the heck out of Spamalot. It's so irrepressibly good-humoured and daft that it's a flinty soul indeed whose funny bone goes untickled by its medieval mirthsomeness. Many shows profess to be laugh-out loud funny; Spamalot actually is.

If you are a Python fan, then this nifty musical re-jig of Holy Grail will be more than enough to tide you over until the Pythons themselves reconvene for London shows in summer 2014.

Why book with us? is your online box office for Spamalot tickets, and your one-stop theatre ticket shop for the best seats in the West End. Count on us to provide great service and great discount deals on theatre tickets for all of the plays, comedies and musicals on the London stage. We hope your trip to Spamalot at the Playhouse Theatre is a memorable one, and we look forward to welcoming you to Theatreland. 

Spamalot reviews - staff

Spamalot is very fun, clever, witty and full of energy! I also like the way they make the audience feel so involved. I'd recommend it to anyone (except younger children due to some content) and especially Monty Python fans! Spamtastic! 


It was funny as hell, and the cast seemed to enjoy it as much as we did. The Eurostar and the Wind Turbine built into the set were particular highlight. If anyone is looking for an insight into wacky british humour, this is the show for you. Go with a light heart, and make sure you’re open to British quirkiness.


Nice costumes and settings, bright and bubbly. It's a great show for People that enjoy comedy. It was Funny, easy to understand and enjoyable!


Spamalot reviews - critics

"Very funny? You bet. You'd have to be a dead parrot not to agree." -
"It's a wonderful night and I fart in the general direction of anyone who say otherwise." -
"I felt I might actually die of laughter." -

Spamalot reviews - most recent customers

Excellent show. Really funny, loved the singalong at the end. Would defintely recommend

Really excellent show, great song and dance routines also very funny(you don't have to be a Python fan to appreciate the humour) time went too quickly. Thoroughly recommend it.

So funny. Has been ages since Monty Pythons madness and it still tickles the funny bone. If you don't laugh then you just don't get it.

Great, Fantastic, Brilliant. I was amazed at the broad range of ages from Kids to very old gits who were laughing their socks off. Loved every minute of it. My wife was too young to experience Python first time around but she loved it!

Spamalot was excellent value for money with comfortable seating and a great view. The show was a hoot from start to finish. Buy a ticket and look on the bright side of life. You will not be disappointed.

This was a fun evening that brought back many memories of our youth. A great show and well worth the journey south from Northumberland.

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If you haven’t seen the current production of Spamalot at the Playhouse Theatre, you better get in there quick – the show will finish its West End revival on the 22 February 2014.

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Anarchic TV comedy double act Dick and Dom are joining the cast of the Playhouse Theatre's hit show Spamalot. The tittersome twosome, whose mothers know them better as Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood, will clip-clop into the Python musical for six weeks from next Monday, 2 December, as King Arthur and Patsy respectively. 

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Further to our previous revelation that a succession of stars are taking turns at playing God in the Playhouse Theatre's Spamalot this summer, we're delighted to inform you that no less a mortal than Monty Python's very own Michael Palin will be performing the role of the Supreme Bein

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Monty Python’s Spamalot, the Playhouse Theatre's hit comedy musical about King Arthur's medieval quest for the Holy Grail, is gearing up for a special summer of celebrity Godliness that promises to be a near-religious experience for the wacky show’s legions of fervent fans. 

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Squeaky-voiced funnyman Joe Pasquale is clip-clopping his way into the Playhouse Theatre's hit comedy musical Spamalot as King Arthur from 17 June.  Pasquale is joining the cast for a six-week run on the personal invitation of his friend, the show's Lady of the Lake, Bonnie Langford. 

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West End stalwart Bonnie Langford is reviving her acclaimed performance as the Lady of the Lake in Spamalot at the West End’s Playhouse Theatre from 6 May.

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Stephen Tompkinson will make his West End musical debut as King Arthur in Monty Python musical Spamalot when it transfers to the Playhouse Theatre for previews on the 14 November. It has its official opening there on 20 November.

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Spamalot, the Tony Award-winning musical, will move to the Playhouse Theatre, resuming performances at its new home from 12 November.

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Hit Monty Python musical Spamalot is returning to the London stage. The show is set to open at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 24 July and will run there until 9 September.

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