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Live recording of this 2019 revival of our favourite show,
recorded at Liverpool Playhouse.

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To celebrate our 20th anniversary as ‘the reigning monarchs of physical comedy’ (The Age Melbourne), Spymonkey revived one of their favourite shows, a deliciously demented take on the pulp gothic romance: Hitchcock’s Rebecca meets The Pink Panther.

One of the funniest pieces of theatre you will ever see, performed by four of the greatest clowns working in Britain.Time Out

Overflowing with brilliant characters, rip-roaring farce and virtuoso physical comedy, this is the show which made Spymonkey an international comedy sensation from Just For Laughs Montreal to Sydney Opera House.


Created by Cal McCrystal, Aitor Basauri, Stephan Kreiss, Petra Massey and Toby Park

Performed by Aitor Basauri, Stephan Kreiss, Petra Massey, Toby Park

Directed by Cal McCrystal

Production design by Lucy Bradridge

Incidental music & sound design Toby Park

Lighting design by Andrew Purves

Relighting & Technical Manager Alex Reg Scott

Stage Manager Andrew McCabe

4xinLove‘ written & produced by Neil Filby & Toby Park / diva remix by Jean-François Houle / guest vocalist Corinne Zarzour

Mr Sandman‘ original composition by Pat Ballard 1954 / production: Toby Park & Jean-François Thibeault / drums: Larry Aberman / double bass: Simon Dolan / piano: Eliot Douglass

Love Sounds th’Alarm by GF Handel / harpsichord Peter McCarthy

video production Lorna Heavey
cameraman: James Nutt, Mat Baynton
video nun: Zoe Bywater

Photographs Bernhard Fuchs, Sean Dennie, Jane Hobson

Graphic design Toby Park

Illustration The Red Dress

Content Warnings

Contains brief full-frontal nudity & adult language/themes

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