Spies Are Forever musical hits London for one night only

Spies Are Forever artwork

For one night only, the Tin Can Bros are bringing their sensational comedy musical, Spies Are Forever in Concert, to the Gillian Lynne Theatre in London.

Mark your calendars for Tuesday 3 September! Tickets go on sale from LWTheatres here at 10am on Friday 21 June.

The dynamic trio of Joey, Brian, and Corey, known for their viral success with Team StarKid, will be joined by Clark Baxtresser and Lauren Lopez, along with a cast of West End legends.

Joining the original Los Angeles company will be Adrian Hansel as Agent Curt Mega and Jak Malone as Dr Baron Von Nazi, with more stars to be announced!

Smart, original, and uproariously hilarious, Spies Are Forever follows the adventures of an elite spy on a mission that’s more personal than professional.

Agent Curt Mega finds himself in the shadows of Cold War politics, working to foil a plot to rebuild the Nazi empire.

Along the way, Agent Mega tangos with a Russian femme fatale, waltzes around a black market arms dealer, and sambas through a horde of outrageous characters.

With a license to kill and the voice of an angel, Mega must stay alive, complete the mission, and prove to his enemies that the deadliest weapon of all is a little song and dance.

The Tin Can Bros, comprised of Los Angeles-based entertainers Corey Lubowich, Joey Richter, and Brian Rosenthal, have created over 200 YouTube videos, seven live stage shows, and raised over $350,000 for projects on Kickstarter.

With Team StarKid, they have amassed over 317 million views on YouTube and worked on parody musicals A Very Potter Musical and Holy Musical Batman!, as well as two national concert tours.

Spies Are Forever In Concert is brought to London by Lambert Jackson and the Tin Can Bros.

About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.


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