Whether you are a music professor or couldn’t tell a string quartet from a string vest, this is the family-friendly show for you.
After his smash hit ‘Classic Relief’, part of Comic Relief 2009, Rainer Hersch – ‘the world’s first classical music hooligan’ (The Sun) – brings together comedian Omid Djalili with stars of the classical world for another evening of comedy and music.
Includes everything from Postman Pat to bongo playing like you have never heard – a laugh every four bars guaranteed. Perfect to put you in the mood for April Fools Day 2012.
Rainer Hersch conductor, host
Omid Djalili comedian, bongos
James Rhodes piano
Mark Holland baritone
London Orpheus Players
Elgar – Land of Hope and Glory (improved)
Rossini – Largo al factotum (‘translated’)
Mozart – G Minor Symphony (abbreviated)
Book tickets here.