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TWONKEY'S NIGHT TRAIN TO LIECHTENSTEIN

paul vickers | View Performers Biography

Cabaret

Venue:The Caroline of Brunswick, 39 Ditchling Road Brighton BN1 4SB
Phone: 01273 624 434
Links: Click Here for venue details, Click here for map
Ticket Prices: Free  
Room: Upstairs
MAY 11-12 at 19:30 (60 min)
 
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Twonkey's Night Train to Liechtenstein:

2016 Malcolm Hardee Award-winner for Comic Originality – dare you board the Twonkeyverse?

'A crazy, wonderful performer"
The Scotsman (Kate Copstick) ****

An adventure featuring a tiny Al Capone, a mysterious package and a sexual dance that leads to death. We travel to the belly button of Europe to unlock a safety deposit box. Why is Mr. Trombone so sad and what is it like to work as a gigolo?

"The barmiest, most original show on the fringe” Broadway Baby ****

Like a cross between Murder on the Orient Express and Jack the Beanstalk directed by David Lynch. Cabaret comedy at its most determinedly unpredictable. It’s a surreal show with twisted songs, adult fairytales and set pieces, which often feature elaborate props and high jinks.

“Mr. Twonkey the storyteller certainly provides the best value, pound-for-pound, of weirdness anywhere on the Fringe.” The List

“Dark demented comedy” ***** The Stage

“Take that leap of faith, and the dreamlike scenario he sets out in his very distinctive way makes a lasting, haunting impression. It’s a proudly eccentric show.” Steve Bennett, Chortle


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