R2Bees - Boys Kasa feat Kwesi Arthur, King
Promise, Darkovibes, B4bonah, Humble Dis, Spacely, Medikal and Rjz
Blair 10 Rogers, Kenny 9 India, 8 Japan, 7 23, 6 Bergamot, 5 Arthur, King
4 Bay, questions: 10 Meadows Marshall 3 Hot, It Like Some 2 Collins, Michael 1.
Steven Pacey joins the cast as Arthur, King
of the Britons, Todd Carty is back again on coconuts as Patsy and Bonnie Langford joins as Lady of The Lake.
It's The Most Excellent and Tragical Historic of Arthur, King
of Britain, a swashbuckling, blood-and-guts, five-act history play allegedly penned in 1597, somewhere between Richard III and Loves Labour's Lost, then lost, alas, to posterity.
THE STORY: Contractually obligated to write an introduction for a previously unknown, five-act Shakespearean tragedy, The Most Excellent and Tragical Historie of Arthur, King
of Britain, novelist Arthur Phillips pens an autobiographical account of the play's provenance and the reasons he considers it fake, much to the chagrin of its publisher, Random House.
Comedian, radio presenter and Buzzcocks team captain Phill Jupitus takes on the role of Arthur, King
of the Britons, while Todd Carty reprises his turn as Patsy.
Actor and television presenter Matthew Kelly will star as Arthur, King
of the Britons.
Patsy of course is Arthur, King
of the Briton's long-suffering sidekick on his search for the Holy Grail, here played by Grange Hill's finest, Todd Carty.
He's taking on the part of Arthur, King
of the Britons, in the touring production of Monty Python's Spamalot which begins its Scottish run at Glasgow's King's Theatre next week before moving on to Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
It stars Todd as the coconut-bashing Patsy and Marcus Brigstocke as Arthur, King
of the Britons.
He added: "It has links not only to the pyramids, but to King Arthur, King
Robert the Bruce and to the ancient Kings of Ireland too."
Regular Western Mail readers will be aware of my ongoing gripe against short- sighted patricians and orthodox historians who cannot accept the concept that Arthur, King
of all the Britons, was Welsh and that most of his activity and that of the ensuing Dark Age, took place in Wales and along its borders.