Michael Ball, Professor Brian Cox, Greg Dyke, Robert Lindsay and Gary Lineker are all playing the role of God in 2D in Monty Python’s Spamalot this autumn at The Playhouse Theatre to raise money for charity.
‘The Spamalot Charity Gods’ has been created to raise money for several charities including Headley Court Rehabilitation Centre, The Make A Wish Foundation, The Great Ormond Street Hospital, Scene & Heard, Stage For Age, Action for Stammering Children, Keats Community Library, The Royal Theatrical Fund, Acting For Others and Freedom From Torture, which are supported by the stars who are playing God.
Comedian and actor Les Dennis is currently playing King Arthur, while musical theatre legend and TV star Bonnie Langford plays The Lady of The Lake. The role of God has previously been played by Michael Palin, Hugh Bonneville, Barbara Windsor, Brian May, Larry Lamb, Bradley Walsh, Simon Callow and Christopher Biggins, during the Summer of Charity Spamalot Gods.
For tickets and further information please visit www.spamalotwestend.co.uk