See The Flying Karamazov Brothers for just £22.50
The funniest, most diverting 100 minutes you’ll spend all summer.
Thursday 23 June 2011
Fresh from New York, the world famous masters of entertainment The Flying Karamazov Brothers are back in London to remind us that they can juggle any awkward and downright weird items provided by the audience whilst brushing up their Shakespeare and playing Grieg's concertos. Simultaneously.
Playing guitars, pianos, trombones and trumpets whilst juggling meat cleavers, pineapples and fire is all in a day’s play for The Flying Karamazov Brothers. Mischievously exploring everything from philosophy to physics by combining riotous comedy, catchy songs, terrifying tricks and all round silliness with extreme juggling - the boys wouldn’t look out of place on the final of Britain’s Got Talent and are admired by leading intellectuals and kids alike.
To book tickets at the special price of £22.50 - where the usual price is up to £39.50 - just call 0844 482 9675, quoting ‘Independent Offer’.
Creating music and rhythms through their juggling, producing incredible visuals, completing extraordinary stunts with audience members, and performing hilarious skits that will have all the family in stitches, all week long and twice on Sundays. Whether you’re five or 105, The Flying Karamazov Brothers is a show not to be missed.
Beat the champ!
Bring something that can’t be juggled. Visit www.fkb.com for details.
Terms and conditions: offer valid on all performances until 9 July 2011. Offer cannot be used retrospectively or in conjunction with any other offer. Subject to availability. Booking fees may apply.
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