Earlier this week, we reminded you about the final dates for Colin Hoult‘s fantastic Enemy Of The World show at the SoHo Theatre next month. Now it seems the character comic never stops – with several new dates lined up over the coming weeks.
First up this Monday is a rare performance of Gutted: A Revenger’s Musical – which was a highlight of last year’s Edinburgh Festival. In this ensemble piece, Colin plays around various members of the same family, who are each killed off one by one. This special performance won’t feature the elaborate staging of its Scottish counterpart, but Hoult revealed to us today that a full orchestra will be on hand to score the show.
After the final run of Enemy Of The World – there will be three special performances of character show Triceratops in which Colin stars alongside Nick Mohammed and Alan Riches.
Lastly, and perhaps most excitingly of all, Colin will begin his regular themed club nights entitled The New Adventures Of Colin Hoult at the same venue beginning in March. Each month will see Colin compare a night of comedic guests (still to be confirmed) as well as parading his latest newborn creations fresh out of his lab. With the possibility of familiar faces from Booshdom to be seen, and the chance to see Hoult’s latest concoctions before they reach Edinburgh, this promises to be an unmissable event.
The New Adventures nights took place on March 10th, April 22nd, May 12th and June 9th.
As we hinted at above, earlier today our editor in chief got to speak to Colin in depth about his comedy, past, present and future – and we will be bringing you our exclusive interview in the coming days. Stay peeled!