Spamalot extends its run at the Playhouse Theatre
West End musical Spamalot has extended its run at the Playhouse Theatre until February next year.
It is now booking until February 8, 2014.
The musical currently stars Bonnie Langford as the Lady of the Lake, and Les Dennis as King Arthur.
Warwick Davis will play the role of Patsy in the show from September 23 until October 19.
Meanwhile, it has been announced that Michael Palin will appear as God in the production from August 26 to 31.
This is part of the show’s Summer of Spamalot Charity Gods initiative, which raises money for charities such as Great Ormond Street Hospital and has previously seen Barbara Windsor and Christopher Biggins take part in the musical.
Spamalot is written by Eric Idle and John Du Prez and is produced by the Ambassador Theatre Group.
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