Comedy adaptation of The Three Musketeers extends online run

Robert Lindsay, Dianne Pilkington and David Bedella star in online comedy The Three Musketeers Attempted by FoolHardy

Three Musketeers FoolHardy
Sarah Kameela Impey and David Bedella recording their lines. Photo: Mark Senior

FoolHardy Theatre’s comedy adaptation of the classic swashbuckling story of The Three Musketeers has extended its digital run due to demand.

With a cast including Robert Lindsay, Dianne Pilkington and David Bedella, the show will now be available to watch from 15 to 27 June.

The Three Musketeers Attempted by FoolHardy promises to be a madcap comedy where Alexandre Dumas’ story is taken on by a theatre company “with questionable theatrical training, no experience and no taste”.

Written by Sydney Stevenson and directed by Joseph O’Malley, it is an audio play accompanied by animation.

Robert Lindsay (as the narrator), Dianne Pilkington and David Bedella are joined by Matthew Curnier, Antony Eden, Sarah Kameela Impey and Lydea Perkins.

FoolHardy is a London-based production company run by producers and creatives Sydney Stevenson and Matthew Curnier.

The show is produced and managed by Arden & Moore. Tickets are on sale at musketeersonline.com.

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