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Performance

VenueThe Tobacco Factory Theatres
Other spaces: Spielman Theatre
TownBristol
CountyCity of Bristol
From14th August 2015
To15th August 2015
When20:00
What is currently on at The Tobacco Factory Theatres (V1384579886)

Muppits Die Hard

Muppits Die HardT01706313567
Muppits Die Hard is an absurd merging of Jim Henson's self-referential puppet rabble with Bruce Willis and Alan Rickman's cult 1980s blockbuster, Die Hard. It's Christmas Eve and high above the city of LA, exceptional terrorist Hans Gruber has seized control of a 35-story skyscraper and is holding everyone inside hostage. As this villainous German carries out his murderous plan of deceit, there's one thing he didn't count on - a mysterious party crasher, a fly in the ointment, a monkey in the wrench, a pain in the ass - the grizzled, street-wise, wise-cracking, New York cop John McClane who's willing to battle against the odds single-handedly to rescue Miss Piggy and save Christmas.


Archive :: production:T01706313567, play:S1153277728, venue:V1384579886

Production details

All profits from these performances will go towards 'Help Build The New Wardrobe Theatre' and 'The Smoking Puppet Cabaret' Following the unprecedented sell-out success of Muppits Die Hard during Christmas 2014, The Wardrobe Theatre are once again staging their darkly comic, adult only, alternative crowd-pleaser and their most popular show ever before it heads to Shambala Festival.

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