Two university of Oxford graduates are bringing their take on Alexandre Dumas’ Three Musketeers to The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury this summer.

The show will take place on the 2nd July at 6pm, with an approximate run time of 70 minutes. The venue sits 200 audience members at capacity and tickets can be bought online on The Mill’s website.

The two players, collectively known as Morgan and West, will be joined by long-time collaborator Peter Clifford, who will be taking the role of ‘third musketeer’. Peter is an acting veteran and has previously worked with household names such as David Blaine and Derren Brown.  

The trio are set to tour theatres, festivals and outdoor venues across the UK this summer, delivering a feast of wit, whimsy and (s)word play to audiences.

Before turning their hands to literary classics, Morgan and West travelled the country performing their unique brand of magic and science shows. Over the years, they have performed sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Perth Fringe world, Adelaide Fringe, and appeared as guests on The Next great Magician (ITV), Penn & Teller: Fool Us (ITV), and The Slammer (CBBC).

For audiences of The Three Musketeers, Morgan and West say to expect: “The original story. But told in a very silly and over-the-top way. Something of a cross between Monty Python and Muppets’ Treasure Island.”



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