Summary

Roy Smiles' play about Spike Milligan's last days with the Goons and his complex and often fractious relationship with Peter Sellers and Harry Secombe. During the 1950s, 'The Goon Show' had England laughing week after week, greatly influencing Monty Python and the Beatles, among others - and paved the way for sketch comedy as we know it today. With 'Ying Tong', rising UK playwright Roy Smiles brilliantly chronicles the Goons' surge from cult status to raving success, showcasing the series' trademark surrealism and profound silliness. Starring James Clyde, Kai Owen and Toby Longworth.
©2012 Roy Smiles (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By OSCARPOD on 07-06-17

nice dramatic representation

if you know about the goons this won't tell you anything new, still good .

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