Join the two Joes as uproarious Python musical reaches the area

Joe Tracini and Joe Pasquale in Spamalot at Nottingham Theatre Royal from June 22 to 27.

Joe Tracini and Joe Pasquale in Spamalot at Nottingham Theatre Royal from June 22 to 27.

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You can enjoy two Joes for the price of one when Spamalot rides into Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from June 22-27.

Having travelled the length and breadth of the country since January in search of The Holy Grail, Joe Pasquale now continues his hilarious quest with the help of his actor son Joe Tracini.

As one of the most talented coconut bangers this country is likely to see, Joe Tracini takes over manservant duties in the role of Patsy on the Spamalot 2015 UK tour. Joe is thrilled to join his father Joe on stage in the hugely popular comedy jaunt, (loosely) based on the classic film, Monty Python And The Holy Grail.

Joe Tracini says: “When I was little, I had three dreams for when I grew up… to be in a musical, to work with my Dad, and to bang two halves of a coconut together on a nightly basis. Playing Patsy in Spamalot is making all of them come true at once. I’m honoured that I’m being trusted with the part, to sing the classic song Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life, and to be joining such a brilliant company. Come and see us please, it’s funnier if you’re there.”

Spamalot features fantastic tunes more magical than a Camelot convention, including He Is Not Dead Yet, Knights of the Round Table, and Find Your Grail.

Tickets are available by calling the box office on 0115 9895555 or at www.trch.co.uk