Curse of the Mummy

 

 

Montana Jones longs for adventure  but try as he might he epitomises the phrase ‘nice guys finish last’. Then one day, he makes the discovery of a lifetime, only to inadvertently hand it over to Hitler’s treasure hungry and sinister spy.

Monty has to pluck up all the courage he can beg, borrow and steal to win back his discovery and stop evil forces from using this discovery to destroy the world. 

As we follow Monty to Egypt we see him encounter tricky traders, beautiful belly dancers and a pantomime camel that would have Widow Twanky rolling in her wash basket. 

The final showdown between good vs evil take place deep in the Egyptian desert. Who will prevail? A clumsy Cambridge University professor with no military training or a highly skilled and deadly SS Officer? Obviously, the man with the hat and the whip: Montana Jones!

 

Using both outrageously catchy pop songs and obscure 80s ballads even your mum won’t have heard of, Last Chance Saloon take you on a whirlwind adventure. For one hour 3 men will play over 100 characters, with at least 3 different accents. You’ll see them dance, you’ll see them cry, you’ll see things you wish you could un-see. 

With good old fashioned British humour and an intriguing interpretation of world history, the Saloon Boys will have you laughing your lungs out, crying out for more and wondering why they don’t all have modelling contracts.

Last Chance Saloon performed to both sell out crowds and 5 star reviews again at Just The Tonic at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017. Following their run at the Fringe, they performed at the London Horror Festival, selling out their week long run. They have subsequently toured Curse of the Mummy with Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and are planning further tours in 2019.

★★★★★

 Edinburgh Evening News

 

★★★★★

Theatre News

 

★★★★★

Fairy Powered

 

★★★★

Broadway Baby

 

★★★★

The Theatre Guide

 

★★★★

Theatre Weekly

 

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This is bound to be one of the highlights of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe! 

Theatre News

fantastic example of Fringe at its best.

Theatre Weekly

if you like your comedy silly and surreal, revel in this glorious, high energy mayhem that will have you rolling in the aisles.

Edinburgh Evening News

A laugh a minute show that leaves your sides aching and your cheeks sore with laughter

Fairy Powered Productions

Jack Gogarty, Sam Dunham, and Jack Faires masterfully handle the often-dreaded audience interaction, easily winning the crowd's favour.

The List

 

Inherently wacky, with @saloonboys sheer tenacity & vivid chemistry

The Theatre Guide

 

Their comic timing is top notch and their camaraderie with the audience was a joy to behold

Radio Summer Hall Reviews

Jack Gogarty is mildly amusing...

The Stage

 

Fairy Powered Awards 2017

Best Comedy -

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