See The Flying Karamazov Brothers for just £22.50
Friday 13 May 2011
Take four entertainers who are musicians, comedians, acrobats, dancers, jugglers and philosophers. Then add kilts, moustaches, musical instruments, two thousand cardboard boxes, tutus, topical satire and the ability to juggle anything.
Who are they? The Flying Karamazov Brothers. They don’t fly, they’re not Russian and they’re not brothers. But they are the funniest, most thought-provoking, kiltwearing, clever idiots in town.
The Flying Karamazov Brothers, after an acclaimed year-long Off-Broadway run, are speeding across the Atlantic to open their multi-faceted, mischievous and marvellous show at the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End from June 9th, their first visit back to London for 17 years.
For a strictly limited run, the wit, comedy and virtuoso skills of these world renowned maverick masters of new vaudeville will be on dazzling display in their new London home.
Why not take advantage of The Independent's latest offer to see the first to see The Flying Karamazov Brothers for only £22.50 (normally up to £39.50). Call: 0844 482 9675 and quote ‘Early Bird Exclusive Offer’.
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