Hambledon Productions is making its way back to Louth Riverhead Theatre to present ‘A Fistful of Spaghetti.’
Grab your guns, put on your spurs and laugh till your O.K. Corral isn’t O.K. anymore in this sure-fire send up of the Western genre with John Hewer and his team. First performed as a rehearsed readthrough at the White Bear Theatre in London, A Fistful of Spaghetti makes its full theatrical premiere in October 2015 with a Lincolnshire tour.
History threatens to repeat itself when the simple town of Eagle Creek River Hawk River Creek is jeopardised by the return of the evil One-Eyed Sid. The befuddled Mayor, the under-qualified Sheriff and the crazy Old Hag round up a posse, but it’s no good; he isn’t afraid of cats. As the body toll increases, there’s only one man who can come to their rescue,The legendary Drake Weston. Let’s just hope he isn’t away on holiday.
Expect quick-fire puns, outlandish characters, mime, music and surreal slapstick in this all-out guns-blazing poncho pastiche.
Shows are on Wednesday and Thursday, October 28 and 29 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10 for adults and £9 for under 18s. Call 01507 600350.