British MusiComedy Act In Bucharest

The outstanding British MusiComedy act Mark ‘n’ Simon are booked to perform four shows in Bucharest, Romania this week.
Mark Nicholas (Wales) and Simon Elmore (Ireland) teamed up in Munich, Germany, in 1979. Since then they have become a well established and extremely popular comedy duo. They have continually toured throughout Europe and enthralled thousands of delighted audiences in constantly sold out venues (open air, city halls, clubs, theatres etc) as well as an impressive list of T.V. (that’s television not transvestite – though Mark does go into drag to take off Shakira) and radio shows.

Mark ‘n’ Simon enjoy an ever-growing popularity and success with their International ‘MusiComedy’ show, which is made up of an extensive repertoire of songs and various musical styles. Spontaneity and improvisation are the pulse in this positively quick-witted, highly visual show. With acrobatic vocals and excellent harmonies, guitars, mandolin, etc…, this versatile duo delivers an extremely colourful and powerfully entertaining show.

Parodies, sketches, lightning costume changes, gags, jokes and a pleasing emphasis on audience participation (appeals to all ages) guarantees a highly enjoyable and unforgettable experience. Mark ‘n’ Simon – once seen, never forgotten.
Check them out on youtube (there are lots of clips), these guys are awesome, if you miss them you’re mates will be telling you how good they are and you’ll be sick.

1) Thursday 21st – The Silver Church – Calea Plevnei 61 – tel xxxxx – onstage 22.00 approx.
2) Friday 22nd – Cafe Deco – Strada Smardan nr 30 – tel 0733.10.22.88 – on stage 23.30 approx
3) Saturday 23rd – Club Mojo – Strada Gabroveni nr 14 – tel 0760.26.34.96 – on stage 21.00 approx
4) Sunday 24th – Coyote Cafe – Calea Victoria 48-50 – tel – on stage 20.00 approx. This is a gig to raise money for the charity Friends of Romanian Rugby.

What the papers say

“Their show is so funny impulsive spontaneous and clever that the audience can hardly catch their breath for laughing.”

“It was one of those landmark events where you kept having flashes of insticnt that this blistering show could not get any better. And it did, each time. My stock of superlatives is empty.”

“One of the very best and most established comedy acts in Europe.”

“An absolute guarantee for an unforgettable evening.”

“If laughter really is the best medicine then the audience from last nights show went away with an overdose.”

“You’ll regret it if you miss them. So don’t!”