THE LOST DISC Comes To Soho Theatre

THE LOST DISC Comes To Soho Theatre

The Lost Disc is a riotous quest for the holy grail of recorded music. Part gig, part play, part comedy show it showcases an alternative history of popular music and is strumming its way to the Soho Theatre stage from 8th-27th October 2018.

Written by Will Adamsdale, Ed Gaughan and Tom Parry, The Lost Disc is a new musical / comedy / play hybrid which sees discredited NME journalist Stu Morecambe searching for a legendary lost recording of three of the 20th century's finest forgotten musicians. But does it even exist? Perhaps it doesn't matter if the stories he uncovers - spanning all of modern music - are this extraordinary and the music this good! But as Stu delves deeper into the lives of 60s folk-rock dandy Roger Lefevre, forgotten Crooner royal Tony Noel and the impossibly durable country legend A.P Williams, a picture starts to emerge of a mysterious brotherhood running deep through the grooves of recorded music that amazes even a hack as jaded as Stu, a picture that threatens to rob him of his career, his relationship, even his sanity....

Chock full of original songs, conspiracy theories and pop legends, The Lost Disc is what happens when Searching for Sugar Man, Spinal Tap and Raiders of The Lost Ark meet BBC 6Music.

Written by Will Adamsdale (Perrier Award Winner for Jacksons Way), Ed Gaughan (Peter Sellers Comedy Award nominee for Skeletons) and Tom Parry (triple Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee)

Starring Victoria Elliott (Vic and Bob's Big Night Out) and John Lightbody (Ghost Stories)

Directed by Tom Parry

Music directed by Chris Branch (Fringe First Winner for The Receipt)

Songs by Will Adamsdale, Chris Branch and Ed Gaughan

Played live by Chris Branch, Ed Gaughan, Pascal Wyse and Marcus Penrose (three members of the mythical London snorkelling Team)

Additional material from the company

From an original idea by Will Adamsdale and Luke Ponte

PRAISE:

Will Adamsdale

"Strange, original and blissfully funny" The Evening Standard on The Victorian in the Wall

"Adamsdale is creating a body of work that rides roughshod over the boundaries between comedy and theatre" Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Ed Gaughan

"A startlingly energetic performance, he inhabits each character and voice absolutely, incorporating a talent for accents and impressions with hysterical physical comedy.....a surreal hybrid of theatre, stand-up comedy, film and jazz concert" - Alice Jones, Independent

"If original and intelligent Ed Gaughan doesn't already have a cult fan base already, they should really set one up." Claire Sawers, Metro.

Tom Parry

"Parry is Lord of Misrule" The Guardian

"Bundles along on a powerful tide of good humour guaranteed to make you feel good" Chortle

The London Snorkelling Team

"When music, image and comedy fuse, it becomes priceless ... The results are as brilliant as they are hilarious." Maddy Costa, The Guardian

"The London Snorkelling Team is a seriously quirky musical quartet, joined here by two animators and comic cults [Adamsdale and Gaughan]..... Hilarious." Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard

CONTINUE FOR LISTINGS INFORMATION

MON 8 - SAT 27 OCT 2018 9.30PM

Soho Theatre

21 Dean St

Soho

London

W1D 3NE

Tickets:

£11-19

020 7478 0100

https://sohotheatre.com/

Age Recommendation 16+

Running time: 1 hour 10 minutes

THE LOST DISC: AFTER PARTY

For five-nights only, the cast and band of the smash hit 'musicomedy' 'The Lost Disc' get a weekend pass every Friday and Saturday to party like its 1959, 69 and 79. Join this post show party and dance the night away to much-loved cover versions and the show's original songs played by the hottest and hippest band in town.

LISTINGS INFORMATION

Saturday 13th October: 11:30 pm

Friday 19th October: 11:30 pm

Saturday 20th October: 11:30 pm

Friday 26th October: 11:30 pm

Saturday 27th October: 11:30 pm

Tickets:

£14-16

Age Recommendation: 18+

Running time: 1 hour

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