A double bill of spoof comedy shows, 'Sherlock Holmes' and 'Curse of the Mummy' take the original classic tales and give them a comedic spin involving slapstick, reworked pop songs, and fast paced, slick comedy physical performances. Three actors take you on a whirlwind adventure using few props and costumes and a minimal set. The comedic tales are told with the use of live singing to recorded tracks. With slick, physical comedy routines, dodgy accents and at one point, a life size camel, audiences will laugh, cry and hopefully beg for more. Follow bumbling Sherlock Holmes and his useless sidekick through Victorian London to a farm in Bray, in chase of an evil culinary mastermind. Then go on a quest with Montana Jones and a love-cursed Mummy to ancient Egypt as they attempt to stop a camp Nazi spy from releasing a plague that will destroy the world. Using both outrageously catchy pop songs and obscure 80’s ballads that even your mum won’t have heard of, Last Chance Saloon take you on a whirlwind adventure. For almost two hours, three men will play over one hundred characters. You’ll see them dance, you’ll see them cry, you’ll see things you wish you could un-see..! ‘Last Chance Saloon’ believe in breaking down the barriers of traditional theatre and have perfected the balance between creating a close and intimate performance whilst ensuring that audiences feel safe, comfortable and happy. At various points, audiences are invited to help tell the stories, which sometimes includes joining the cast on stage! With a nod to the golden age of British humour, ‘Last Chance Saloon’ mix their shows with farcical physical comedy and quirky musical parody, allowing audiences of any age to escape from everyday life into a world of pure unadulterated enjoyment. Although not specifically designed for people with impairments, ‘Last Chance Saloon’ are an inclusive theatre company, welcoming all audience members to join in the fun. They provide visual gags, musical gags and many audio gags to tell their stories. The show is written, devised and designed by all three actors under the eye of their director, Simon Egerton, a musical performer, director and writer. With good old-fashioned British humour and an intriguing interpretation of world history, the Saloon Boys will have you laughing your lungs out, crying out for more and wondering why they don’t all have modelling contracts.