Saturday, 17 September 2011

No Naughty Bits is playing at the Hampstead Theatre

In the ABC boardroom: Terry Gilliam (Sam Alexander), Nancy Lewis-Jones (Charity Wakefield), Howard Myers (Joseph May), Lee Franklin (Issy van Randwyck), Robert Osterberg (Clive Rowe) and Michael Palin (Harry Hadden-Paton)

It's on until 15th October. Go and see it - it's wonderful!

Excerpted from Broadway World:

London's Hampstead Theatre just opened NO NAUGHTY BITS by Steve Thompson and directed by Edward Hall. Check out photos from press night below!

Thrill to the excitement of a night emission over Germany when the pilot Jennifer has to choose between his secret love for Louis, the bisexual navigator and Andy, the rear gunner..."
Edward Hall will direct award- winning Steve Thompson's hilarious new play No Naughty Bits; a witty and bold re-imagining based on a real-life event.

As a series of Monty Python airs on American Network television for the first time, it emerges that all the naughty bits have been cut. Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin take on the networks and the American courts, as they try to explain English humour and keep the rude bits in.

Steve Thompson is one of Britain's most acclaimed writers. His work for theatre includes his award-winning debut Damages (Bush), Whipping It Up (Bush and New Ambassadors), Roaring Trade (Paines Plough/Soho) and Song of The City (Soho). His writing credits for television include Sherlock, Doctor Who, Mutual Friends and Whistleblower.

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