Wild Yak presents…
Having lunch. One would’ve thought it terribly easy…
A high octane series of musical comedy vignettes chronicling the very rub of contemporary living. From the perils of adequate dog sizing, to ill-fortuned death in Knightsbridge, the woes of Thomas Duke of Clarence, and the travails of a goose called David and a duck called Susan; a veritable treasure chest of song, mirth and that distinct sort of fleeting victory one feels after grasping the last Saucisson-Sec on the charcuterie isle in Clapham Waitrose.
Luke Courtier (finalist in the Musical Comedy Awards 2015 and the Amused Moose Laugh Off) trained at RADA. Credits include Peter Hall’s Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 at the Theatre Royal Bath, As you Like It at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Merrie England at the Finborough Theatre, Bill Budd at Southwark Playhouse and Pheasant Plucker at the Bush Theatre.
A wonderfully executed humorous snipped of raw talent’
– Bargain Theatreland
‘An hilariously touching and decidedly off-stage death scene’
– British Theatre Guide
‘His voice was sublime’
– Arts Awards Voice
‘utterly surreal comic songs, delivered with dazzling conviction and aplomb’
– Cabaret Scenes
‘It’s not every day you hear an act ask.. is anyone into charcuterie?’
– Bruce Dessau
‘the play between stern sincerity and abject silliness was masterful’
– A Younger Theatre