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All for fun and fun for all with Barbershopopera

By Herald Express  |  Posted: November 22, 2012

music and swords: Barbershopopera which is coming to the Drum Theatre, Plymouth.

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BARBERSHOPOPERA are back and this time they have swords.

Reinventing Alexandre Dumas' classic adventure story with some fresh four-part harmonies, the three guys and a girl sing you through the epic adventure of d'Artagnan and the Three Musketeers this December.

It comes to the Drum Theatre, Plymouth, from December 5 to 23.

With her village under threat of destruction at the hands of the villainous Cardinal Richtea, young Nicole d'Artagnan must dress up as a man and head to Paris in the hope of joining the famous King's Musketeers.

But murky happenings plague the progress of our heroine and her new-found trio of friends as they battle corruption, femme fatales and the cultural confusions brought on by a quest to England.

The 17th Century just got cool again. All for fun and fun for all!

Barbershopera is a comedy barbershop quartet featuring three guys and a girl and since 2007 has charmed audiences across the UK and internationally with their award-winning work.

Their shows always retain the original, simple premise: three guys and a girl singing a fully formed cappella musical.

For more information, or to book tickets please contact the box office on (01752) 267222 or online at www.theatreroyal.com/barbershopera

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