EXCLUSIVE ADVANCED TICKET SALES TO SPAMALOT FOR PYTHON FANS!!
by Eric Idle
Monday, 9 August 2004

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY MUSICAL…

You’ve got Grail!
Run Away!
Or we shall taunt you a second time!

It’s
Monty Python’s
SPAMALOT!

The new musical lovingly ripped off from the classic motion picture Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

SPAMALOT will make its World Premiere at Chicago’s Shubert Theatre this December, and you, as loyal PythOnline people, can get tickets before the box office opens to the general public! But first, you must answer three questions.

  • What is your quest?
  • How many tickets do you want?
  • What is your credit card information?
  • Why are there four questions?

(Actually, you can skip all these silly questions if you click HERE and use the code “ZOOT” to get your tickets now!)

http://www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/57402/927819

 

SPAMALOT
Voted Best Musical of 937 A.D.

Features singing cows, spanking maidens, flatulent Frenchmen, killer rabbits. legless knights, witches, bitches, tarts and divas in unforgettable production numbers that set back the Musical Theater a thousand years. SPAMALOT brings new depths to the meaning of bad taste.

Directed by Mike Nichols, SPAMALOT features a book by Eric Idle, a score by Idle and John Du Prez, and will star David Hyde Pierce (“Fraiser”), Tim Curry (“Rocky Horror Picture Show”), and Hank Azaria (“The Simpsons”).

To enjoy a Little Knight Music order your tickets now -- or we’ll turn you into a newt! Use the Broadway in Chicago Ticketline 312-902-1400

Monty Python’s
S P A M A L O T
WORLD PREMIERE

DECEMBER 21, 2004 – JANUARY 16, 2005
THE SHUBERT THEATRE • 22 W. Monroe Street, Chicago

BROADWAY PREMIERE FEBRUARY 7, 2005
THE SHUBERT THEATRE, 225 W. 44th St. New York

PS: SPAMALOT will play only at theatres called Shubert.
If someone tries to convince you you’re seeing SPAMALOT, and you’re not at a theatre called Shubert, you’re in the wrong place, so piss off.

P.P.S. If it’s Schubert you want, try Carnegie Hall…


Shubert Theatre, 44th and Broadway