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Outlaw Management presents
Dates: 13 Dec - 14 Dec
Show Time: 9pm
Bombastic and fantastically ﬂamboyant dancing duo Famous Seamus and Sean-tastic have teamed up with comedy powerhouse National Lampoon to create a dance-fantasy-opera of pure comic mayhem! In this farcical origin story the brothers transcend time and theatre convention with hilarious and surreal physical comedy.
Guided by their impassioned Momager, the dysfunctional family are charged with defeating a secret organisation whose sole aim is to destroy dance. Catapulted towards destiny as the chosen ones, our heroes must tackle a family feud, save the very soul of the world and pick the right outﬁt.
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Running time 70 mins
Age suitability Age 16+
Warnings – Content
Suggested nudity, some sexual content.
Warnings – Lighting
Flashing lights intermittently throughout.
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