BETWEEN 11.30 – 12.30pm on Saturday December 3, Rottingdean Library will resound to the clashing of swords, the clip clopping of coconut shells, and raucous singing as members of the MGA Performing Arts Academy encourage children (and accompanying adults!) to take part in some fast, fun, and very silly activities based on Spamalot – this year’s smash hit Christmas show at Theatre Royal Brighton.
The event is free and marks the start of a series of Spamalot themed workshops and performances for local schools and colleges, funded by Southern Water.
So if you fancy trying your hand at sword fighting, being part of a coconut shell orchestra, or learning some very silly songs then head down to the Library and join in the fun!
Think Horrible Histories crossed with Merlin and you’re almost there.
Spamalot is a rip-roaring, raucous romp - very loosely based on the story of King Arthur and his Knights – and is guaranteed to have adults, and children (8+) rolling in the aisles! 15 December – 14 January, Theatre Royal Brighton www.atgtickets.com/brighton.