RedDuck productions have confirmed that radio, stage and television actor Terry Molloy will join their Edinburgh Fringe sell-out comedy Ye Ministers of Grace – The Unauthorised Shakespearean Parody of Ghostbusters – as it transfers to the Adelaide Fringe Festival later this February.
Known to millions of listeners as Miserable Mike Tucker in The Archers and responsible for sending a generation of children scurrying behind the sofa as the definitive Davros in Doctor Who, Terry joins a critically-acclaimed comedy all about our favourite paranormal eliminators as they tackle everything supernatural in tights, ruffs and iambic pentameter.
“I can’t wait to go to Adelaide,” says Terry, “and work with a truly talented cast on a production I have so longed to be in! Erm..is that OK? Can I have the £5 now?”
Terry Molloy is also a musician of minuscule talent on the Ukulele and Bodhrán Drum, so he will be providing some much needed dramatic anticipation to the production…namely, will he hit the drum on cue?
The production features fast-paced comedy, Shakespearean parody and spectral puppetry. A play fit for The Bard and lovers of 80s nostalgia.
Ye Ministers of Grace takes to the Adelaide Fringe Festival from 17 February to 2 March 2019 at Adelaide Cup Room at South Australian Jockey Club. Book online at adelaidefringe.com.au.