Kernow King’s latest show, “Minority Rapport” is a Cornishman’s outlook on the rest of the world and where he and minorities fit in amongst a world of gigantic majorities. It answers many questions that you didn’t even know you wanted answering, including-
Can minorities become majorities? Yes.
Can minorities and majorities live together? As I write this, I don’t know.
Can minorities be funny? He hope’s so.
This is the first run of the new show so the King may refer to notes, hence the reduced ticket price of £5*.
*plus £1 Poly Fund
England. 1985. Jennifer Rush tops the charts and big hair is all the rage. But Britain’s youth are restless. They have no work, no money, no hope. And in the seaside town of Penzance in Cornwall, a group of mates decide to do something about it. When two of them embark on a charity bike ride from John O’Groats to Land’s End, what could possibly go wrong?
A rip-roaring and rollocking romp, brought to life in trademark Silly Boys style… With live music, puppets and a whole heap of silliness! Two Punks And A Tandem is an ode to the power and spirit of community, in increasingly individualistic times.
Silly Boys new production follows on from a hugely successful 51 date national tour and sell out Christmas run of The Elves & The Shoemaker at Colchester Arts Centre 2014.
Supported by Bristol Old Vic Ferment & Arts Council England.
Link to trailer.