DUEL LOVE

Monty Python + Princess Bride + Mel Brooks = DUEL LOVE. If you’re looking for a deep, thought-provoking play that will make you ponder life’s meaning – this probably isn’t the play for you. DUEL LOVE promises to take an hour of your life you will never get back!

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              DUEL LOVE

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/duel-love-2/ for details.

              Location: Spriet Family Theatre

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                DUEL LOVE

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/duel-love-2/ for details.

                Location: Spriet Family Theatre

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                DUEL LOVE

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/duel-love-2/ for details.

                Location: Spriet Family Theatre

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                    DUEL LOVE

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/duel-love-2/ for details.

                    Location: Spriet Family Theatre

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                    DUEL LOVE

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/duel-love-2/ for details.

                    Location: Spriet Family Theatre

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                      DUEL LOVE

                      See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/duel-love-2/ for details.

                      Location: Spriet Family Theatre

                  5 thoughts on “DUEL LOVE”

                  1. Greg Kondrak
                    Reviewer
                    says:

                    Duel Love is a comedy set in medieval London about a king and a knight competing for the love of a princess. The play is effectively a parody of other dark age stories and features lots of meta humour and of course a healthy amount of references to Monty Python. The fourth wall breaking, self aware humour plays extremely well in a small venue such as the Spriet Family Theatre as it contributes to an intimate experience between the actors and the audience. Though the humour is ridiculous, most of the jokes land well thanks to the performers and stage crew’s timing and on stage chemistry. The only jokes that don’t land are because of being dragged out for too long or because they are directly taken from Monty Python. The stand out actors are easily the princess and the king’s servant, who steal the show both narratively and with their great performances. If you’re the kind of audience member who is anxious about being called on or pulled up on stage, this may not be the play for you. But if you love meta, fourth wall breaking humour that encourages the audience to participate, Duel Love is a must see this year at Spriet.
                    3.5/5

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                  2. Heather Pegg says:

                    Duel Love is comedy that pokes fun at days gone by and removes the censorship and filter from some current day controversy! I loved the audience interaction and ‘gifts’ to remember this show by and a dark reminder of NO Joe – no show. πŸ™‚ Loved it and would recommend

                  3. Dennis M says:

                    The play from start to finish was HILARIOUS!!!! A parody, farce, you name it!!! I laughed the entire show!!! BRILLIANT!!!

                  4. Kimber says:

                    An hour of hilarity you should definitely go see. Loved it!

                  5. Patricia CAREY says:

                    Duel love was beyond hilarious, it was such a great play. It was so captivating that the hour seemed to go by in minutes. I was very impressed by what a great job the actors and actresses did.
                    Definitely a must see.

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