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Kevin, King of Egypt & The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Swindon Fringe Festival at Town Hall Theatre

Sat 8 April

James Bennison: How to be a Winner & Canute’s Plas

Please note: These performances will take place at Town Hall Theatre, Regents Circus, Swindon, SN1 1QF

Kevin, King of Egypt

Escaped psychiatric patient Kevin Haggerty is not pleased about his diagnosis, even less pleased about being on a section of the Mental Health Act and distinctly upset about being told he is not the reincarnation of an Egyptian pharaoh. On his way to Egypt, via the Tesco Express, he stumbles across the nemesis to all his plans: Millie – a six year old with a mouth like a sandblaster. Together they embark on a journey that will change both their lives forever.

Hilarious ★★★★★ London Pub Theatres

A mind-roasting bipolar joy-ride ★★★★½ Victoria Times

Winner: Best Solo Show, Victoria Fringe

The Accidental Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

When Sherlock Holmes unknowingly murders his own client, the game is on to track down the criminal mastermind who did it - Holmes himself! But does Watson's rent have anything to do with this accident? Has this case been secretly planned by a narrative genius? And could Moriarty's hunger for new detective fiction fuel a global terror plot of unimaginable proportions?

Satire maestros ,Tobacco Tea, bring you this witty and absurd take on Arthur Conan Doyle's creation for the 3rd year running. Expect extraordinary plot twists, metafiction, twisted logic and "almost unparalleled entertainment!"

Recommended Age: 16+

Tickets: £10.50
Students: £5.50
Platinum Ticket: £50.00 (includes entry to all Fringe shows except 5th April 19.30 Sold Out)

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