Reflecting on our first night in the Leicester Square Theatre
Last night, the Leicester played host to a handful of comedians, a full house of audience and four episodes of Dead Drunk Detective: Live in the Rotten Flesh!
We had an absolutely marvellous time. Georgie Morrell made us laugh and played with our emotions, Dante sprung back and forth for and taught us the importance of home to an exile, and Rich Spalding gave us some spoken word work before revealing the quandaries of a middle-class northerner. Thank you to all of the audience that came along for the show.
DON’T FORGET! We are back at the Leicester Square Theatre on THURSDAY 28th SEPTEMBER to record the rest of the series as well as performances from Katie Pritchard, Melanie Gayle and Bentley Browning, so don’t miss out.
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And just for good measure, here are some photos of last night’s wonderful evening!
Photo by Brendan Way
Johnny’s not here yet. Photo by Brendan Way
A quick pre-show readthrough with the cast. Photo by edmund Fargher
MC of the show, Ed Fargher. Photo by Bob Stafford
Georgie Morrell’s excellent stand-up set in full flow. Photo by Katharine Kerr
The marvellous Georgie Morrell. Photo by Bob Stafford
Ed pronounces the rules as Johnny Stumbles prepares to investigate.
Johnny may be a bit perturbed by Frankenstein’s huggable monster. Photo by Bob Stafford
The audience were fantastic. Photo by Edmund Fargher
Dante really knows how to interact with the crowd. Photo by Katharine Kerr
Dante’s frenetic energy is difficult to capture in a still image. Photo by Katharine Kerr
The cast got a laugh every time they entered thanks to their brilliant self-made costumes. Photo by Edmund Fargher
Rich Spalding. Author. Comedian. Troubled middle-class Northerner. Photo by Katharine Kerr