Dean Johnson celebrates the comedy genius of Eric Idle and Monty Python.
Along with his zeal for surreal characters ‘nudge nudge , wink wink ‘ Wirral educated Eric Idle has created a catalogue of classic catchy songs , years of fraternising with The Beatles , led Zepplin and the Who certainly paid off , Dean will cherry pick through Idle’s cheerful and often outrageous songbook. interspersed with a few of Python’s greatest skits
As well as his work on Monty Python, Eric Idle created “The Ruttles” and was a close friend of George Harrison. He also wrote songs for others such as the theme tune to ‘One foot in the Grave’.
‘How very flattering ‘ (Eric Idle)
‘This is a great idea’’ ( Peter Grant , Liverpool writer & Critic)
Please be aware that Erics songs and writings do contain rude words and swear words and material that some people may believe to be blasphemous.
This show is not suitable for children and those who find this type of material offensive.
Fancy Dress, along with dead parrots and silly walks to be encouraged.
The venue is situated on Brookfield Gardens in the site of the old Unitarian Church. Licensed bar available. Park for free after 6.30pm at West Kirby Concourse as no on street parking. Only 4 minutes walk away.