Pastiche celebrated it’s 50th production by staging Eric Idle and John du Prez’s Spamalot, based on the classic Monty Python film ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’.

As King Arthur and his knights of the round table go on a quest to find the ultimate relic, the Holy Grail, they encounter the beautiful (and feisty) Lady of the Lake, knights who say “Ni”, a truly terrifying bunny rabbit, coconuts a-plenty and a whole manner of other things all Python.

Featuring an original score of catchy, funny songs, including the songs written by the Pythons for the original film (not to mention the classic ‘Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life’) Spamalot was a show not to be missed.

The show was a huge suceess, breaking Pastiche records and having four sell out performances. The production raised £1342 for Thames Hospice.