The Brothers Streep: Stand-up Musicians[ Posted 27 June 2012 in Newsletters by Simon Streep ]
In case you haven’t heard by now, this week we’re debuting our brand new musical comedy show at The Grahamstown Festival Fringe, The Brothers Streep: Stand-up Musicians.
This is our first one hour duo comedy show on home soil, and at Grahamstown, so we’re really excited for it. So excited that we wrote seven new songs for the occasion, and have even revisited some of our old material and freshened it up a bit. As always, it’s suitable for the whole family, and will cover a wide variety of topics, such us the perils of being put on hold, advice for pushy salesmen, and dreams about better transport. There are also pirates, princesses and superheroes to look out for.
If you’re keen to help us advertise the show, then please forward this to a friend, or, better yet, if you will be in Grahamstown for the festival and can come to the show, then buy your tickets here. We’re so confident about it, if you don’t enjoy the show, we’ll give you your money back. (Please note, we have yet to stipulate which currency we’ll return your money in, and more than likely, we will choose to refund it in Monopoly money.)
Thank you to all our friends and family who have backed this adventure, and special thanks to Mark Palmer for his trusty and helpful festival advice, and to Catherine Lashbrooke for photographing our publicity pics.
And speaking of the festival, Brent Palmer will also be doing a show at this year’s fest. We had the privilege of chatting to him on our radio show last Friday - you can click here to listen to the podcast.
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