Classic comedy comes to Shropshire

If you think you know classical music, then think again. Comedy string quartet Graffiti Classics, pictured, aim to burst the boundaries of the traditional string quartet with their all-singing, all-dancing musical comedy show, which comes to The Silvester Horne Institute in Church Stretton, on Friday, June 2.

Sixteen strings, eight dancing feet, and four voices with one aim: to make classical music wickedly funny and exhilarating for everyone.

Audiences should expect a classical concert, gypsy-folk romp, opera, stand-up comedy, and a brilliant dance show all rolled into one. Graffiti Classics get audiences laughing, clapping, and singing along.

Arts Alive is delighted to host the hilarious and talented quartet following worldwide tours of major theatres and festivals, as well as national TV and radio appearances in the UK, Ireland and Spain. This show proves that classical music can be for everyone.

The show is suitable for ages 7+. Tickets are £15 for adults and £7.50 for children. Visit artsalive.co.uk.

 

Reviews

“A cabaret that will leave you wanting more!” – Daily Mail

‘’They had the audience falling off their seats with laughter!” – Western Gazette

“A terrific quartet… the fab four earned themselves a standing ovation with a scintillating repertoire.” – Nottingham Post

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