September saw the curtain fall on EHOS most recent production, Spamalot, one of the largest scale & best received musicals EHOS has ever produced. Countless costume changes, show stopping musical numbers & an 18 foot wooden rabbit supported the exceptionally talent cast as they retold the tale of King Arthur as envisioned by the legendary Monty Python.
Congratulations to Michael Champness-d’abreu who received the award for Best Performer for his understated portrayal of Patsy. Biggest Contribution award went to Penny Coyston for going above & beyond with her incredible costumes & the performers performer award was snapped up by Richard Butler for his expert comic timing as multiple characters – no bad for a someone who had never performed before!
A special mention needs to be made to our directors Matthew Hudson and Daniel Goode. Their hard work, drive and most of all passion for this show came through in the performance and we are thoroughly delighted they decided to take on the challenge. Lets hope we see them working together again in the future on another project.
For more information about the show, including videos, photos & reviews please click HERE.