Comedy trio Peepolykus assume the roles of minor characters in great works of fiction and derail the plots. A plastic surgeon has her work cut out in 17th-century Paris.
By John Nicholson, Javier Marzan and Richard Katz
In 17th-century Paris, an early practitioner of plastic surgery has her work cut out when she meets a man with the most wonderfully large nose.
In this second series the comedy troupe Peepolykus assume the roles of minor characters in great works of fiction and derail the plot of the book through their hapless buffoonery.
Director . . . . . Emma Harding
Producer . . . . . Sasha Yevtushenko.
|Cyrano de Bergerac||Javier Marzan|