Musical ‘Spamalot’ returns to Belgrade stage

After nearly two years of recess, the witty adventure of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table in search of the Holy Grail, all wrapped up in the musical Spamalot, will be performed at the Kombank Hall on December 17th (at 20:00h).

The Belgrade audience will have the opportunity enjoy the traditional British humour, the recognizable Pythonian way of depicting reality in a comical and sarcastic manner, as well as the phenomenal acting by Nikola Kojo as King Arthur and the remaining cast.

The musical Monty Python’s Spamalot tells of the legendary quest of King Arthur for the Holy Grail, where King Arthur is portrayed as a cheerful and silly ruler, with his faithful servant and the Knights of the Round Table accompanying him on that journey. An inquisitive quest across the whole kingdom is actually an exciting adventure with a multitude of hilarious events.

The director of this humorous adventure is Radoslav Milenkovic, the fantastic acting team is headed by Nikola Kojo, with Srdjan Timarov as his faithful companion Patsy. Other roles are played by Nikola Djuricko, Dejan Lutkic, Djordje Stojkovic, Ivan Markovic, Miroljub Turajlija and Jelena Jovicic.

The tickets retail at 1,200, 1,500 and 2,000 dinars.

(Blic, 15.12.2018)


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