REVIEW: Puppetry Of The Penis, Kings Theatre, Southsea

The boys from down under combined puppetry of the penis with jaw-aching comedy which allowed women the right to laugh at their pride and joy without them getting offended.

The boys from down under combined puppetry of the penis with jaw-aching comedy which allowed women the right to laugh at their pride and joy without them getting offended.

Pirates of Penzance at New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth

REVIEW: Pirates of Penzance at New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth

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The show opened with what could only be described as a flaccid performance from their comedy support act, Ria Lina.

Saying that, what she lacked in comedy she more than made up for with her singing voice.

The crowd were stunned as she sung her own material based on the female sex life.

The stage set-up was simple, two microphones and their well-known big screen.

What more could you need to enjoy a night of cock ‘n’ roll?

The boys, Simon and Fitchy excited the crowd with the likes of the Eiffel Tower, a performance by Miley Cyrus and a model of Kim Kardashian’s assets.

There was even time to get a taste of their iconic hamburger.

The crowd who were mainly composed of hen parties, divorce parties and of course, just curious women, were kept laughing throughout the entire performance.

The boys from down under combined puppetry of the penis with jaw-aching comedy which allowed women the right to laugh at their pride and joy without them getting offended.

The show has nine more UK tour dates and will reach it’s climax in Glasgow, with the promise of a rare sighting of the Loch Ness monster.

ELLIE MUNDY

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