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Twonkey's Night Train to Liechtenstein

Twonkey's Night Train to Liechtenstein

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The Bill Murray, Islington, United Kingdom

 

2016 Malcolm Hardee award winner for Comic Originality – dare you board the Twonkeyverse? A fancy new adventure featuring a tiny Al Capone, a mysterious package and a sexual dance that leads us off a cliff. We travel to the belly button of Europe to unlock a safety deposit box. Why is Mr. Trombone so sad and what’s it like to work as a gigolo?

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2016 Malcolm Hardee award winner for Comic Originality – dare you board the Twonkeyverse? A fancy new adventure featuring a tiny Al Capone, a mysterious package and a sexual dance that leads us off a cliff. We travel to the belly button of Europe to unlock a safety deposit box. Why is Mr. Trombone so sad and what’s it like to work as a gigolo? 'A crazy, wonderful performer' ★★★★ (Kate Copstick, Scotsman). 

'The plan is written on a teapot' ★★★★ (BroadwayBaby.com). 

'An hour of utter chaos sit back and enjoy the ride' ★★★★ (ShortCom.co.uk).


Twonkey is Paul Vickers. As frontman of cult rock act Dawn of the Replicants he has released five studio albums, recorded five BBC Radio One John Peel sessions and played Glastonbury, Reading, T in the Park and SXSW in Austin Texas. In 1997, D.O.T.R were named Most Promising New Act by The Times, and in 1998 they were nominated for an N.M.E. Brat Award. Since these heady days, Paul has continued making music with new project Paul Vickers and The Leg, to critical acclaim and national and local radio play. In 2009, he branched out into cabaret, with shows at the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringes. Paul went on to create the Twonkeyverse, and from 2010’s Twonkey's Cottage to last year’s award-winning Twonkey's Mumbo Jumbo Hotel Paul has taken shows to each year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival to four and five star reviews.  In 2013, Twonkey was a Time Out & Soho Theatre Award nominee, resulting in a performance at London’s Soho Theatre. Paul’s writing includes a book, Itchy Grumble (2013), and a play, Jennifer's Robot Arm (2015).

“Mr. Twonkey the storyteller certainly provides the best value, pound-for-pound, of weirdness anywhere on the Fringe.” The List

“Dark demented comedy” ★★★★★ The Stage

Location

The Bill Murray
39 Queen's Head St
Islington
N1 8NQ
United Kingdom