SING FOR YOUR LIFE. Taxidermy puppets sing killer songs
Hold onto your conscience, it's the greatest show that ever died. The first and only musical to feature an entirely dead cast. Officially a *5 hilariously unsettling comedy from the underworld.
And we're taking it to the Holy Mecca of performance festivals, Edinburgh at The Udderbelly
Yes, the highlight of your life really is coming to town. Even God likes it.
"A powerful howl of injustice with a distinctive creativity and grotesque charm all its own." 4* from The Church of England.
"It’s unsettling and queasy, yet downright hilarious...A mass of contradictions, Sing For Your Life is incongruously clever. A sordid, sardonic Sesame Street." 4* The Londonist
"Why can't I give this 6*? Really was not expecting something as brilliant as this. ...Nothing prepared me for something as moving and polished as Sing For Your Life..
More charm than Avenue Q" 5* Remote Goat
Until one day they get their USP.
|Sing For Your Life has a whole circus of performing animals including spat cat, racist squirrels, dancing chicken dinners, stripping minks...|
We had some incredible reviews....and some reviews that were fair enough....
Real people loved it, the audience were in stitches but the hard-core critics didn’t seem to like it. This isn't "highbrow" stuff. One thing the critics did agree on was that the idea and intention was something that’s never been done before.
Here's some quotes I didn't even make up:
"Weird, wonky, hilarious, gross, thought provoking, important, amazing"
"Featuring possibly the most creative use of a carcass I've seen"
"Sing For Your Life actually rendered me speechless last night. Unsettling and imaginative and hilarious and seriously accomplished"
"Last night was incredible. Grotesquely funny and so very very clever. Its wacky, witty and laugh out loud funny…"
|I spent HOURS on the Northern line. EVERY DAY. I think another reason it went so well was of the sensational Guerrilla marketing campaign, so triumphant it got me in loads of trouble...even the king of the Southbank had to have words with my producer over my obsessive scheme to take over the world.|
I fully expect a ten year run in the West End.