The Falcon’s Malteser, Review


The Falcon's Malteser, Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33)| Aug 5-­31|14:00| £8.00-£11.00 

This is a great children’s show full of humour and silly gags.

Based on an adaption of Anthony Horowitz’s book the Falcon’s Malteser. Follow dim witted Private Detective Tim and his brighter brother Nick on their latest adventure. Involving a mysterious package, a miniature Mexican, a gun loving German and a ravishing Russian plus a whole host of other characters.

Featuring over fifteen characters, two of the cast seamlessly switch between roles. Keeping each one clearly defined. Whilst Feargus Woods Dunlop excels at playing clueless and gormless Tim. Providing some absolutely classic facial expressions, with amazing comic timing.

Complete with a car chase, running away from rogues and a few musical numbers thrown in for good measure. This slap-stick show will have both children and adults laughing in no time. With a comical plot that keeps you guessing right until the end.

The Falcon’s Malteser, Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33) between the 5th-31st August. At 14:00 Find out more and get tickets here.