The Swedish star of slapstick is back for another round of hilarious horseplay that you just can’t miss!
Oliver Nilsson uses minimum dialogue and maximum clownery to set the scene and tell the tale of The Baroque; a charming gentleman who is oh so unfortunate in love. By utilizing the various props on stage (as well as the various volunteers!) the audience is transfixed as they are transported to the era.
From getting dressed for the ball, to dining alone, the audience laughs out loud as Nilsson’s impeccable clowning talents make even the mundane hysterical. Absurd situations and silly antics are well-timed and well-performed with an extra sprinkle of exaggerated facial expressions that keep you chuckling away.
What makes this pantomime performance absolutely unmissable is audience participation at its funniest! Wherever you find yourself seated, The Baroque includes you and amuses you and makes even the most unlikely of volunteers into the most beautiful of ravens.
Look no further for a positively side-splitting show of tomfoolery that’ll keep you rolling on the floor laughing from the very start to the very funny end!