The Complete History of Pop Music

Date Saturday 09 March 2019
Time 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Price£12 | £10


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The Complete History of Pop Music



This March we are delighted to welcome to the stage Paul Richards and Something that Vaguely Resembles a Choir as they proudly present The Complete History of Pop.

Fresh from two consecutive years at the Edinburgh Fringe, join award-winning drumming comedy performer Paul Richards as he struggles to control his very merry 'choir' of comedians in their bid to tell you the entire history of pop music in just 90 minutes.

Packed with special guests and surprises, this gloriously messy singalong show will find our loveable/shambolic ensemble attempt to perform 62 songs in an hour and a half with a whole host of inevitable distractions...what could possibly go wrong?

"This riotously funny show might just be the funniest hour you spend at this year's fringe. Everyone was in stitches throughout." — The Write Angle

"Watching Paul Richards on stage is quite a dynamic experience...despite the apparently chaotic nature of the show and the performer, the writing underpinning everything was particularly artful and layered...there are real fleeting moments of wistful melancholy. A puppy wired on own-brand energy drink, you wouldn’t believe he ever sleeps, not once you’ve seen him on stage." - The Swindonian

Age Range18+ yrs

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