Leicester venue has been changed.

The show in Leicester is moving venues. We have decided to move the performance to De Montfort Hall. If you wish to still attend the performance scheduled for Thursday 20 February 2020, your tickets will still be valid and can be transferred. Please contact the De Montfort Hall box office on 0116 233 3111. Please

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Evening Standard Review 2003

ADDED ON: 16th of May 2003

Comic jewel of the Nile Reviewed by Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard (16 May 2003) Count Arthur Strong’s Forgotten Egypt If there is a more bizarre character on the comedy circuit than Count ... more

Guardian Review 2003

ADDED ON: 14th of May 2003

“Aspiring character comics would do well to come worship at the altar of Count Arthur Strong” The Guardian, 2003 Last year, he failed to deliver a lecture on “Egyptologics”. This ... more

Review: Fringe Report

ADDED ON: 23rd of August 2002

COUNT ARTHUR STRONG’S FORGOTTEN EGYPT Friday 23 August 02 / Gilded Balloon Cowgate Studio The capacity crowd can bearly contain its thirst for knowledge. There’s a projection screen, ... more

Egypt Review: The Independent, 8th August, 2002

ADDED ON: 14th of August 2002

By Steve Jelbert Forgotton Egypt: He has, as well. Steve Delaney’s excruciating creation, head of Doncaster’s leading stage school (“It’s just like the Rada, they ... more

Fringe Review Metro, 9th August, 2002

ADDED ON: 14th of August 2002

Laughter is a personal business, writes Dominic Maxwell. So it’s in the interests of offering a balanced view that I report that Count Arthur Strong’s Forgotten Egypt is a work of ... more

Guardian Review 2002

ADDED ON: 12th of August 2002

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Edinburgh Guide Review 2002

ADDED ON: 7th of August 2002

Count Arthur Strong’s Forgotten Egypt Reviewer Garry Platt I had read various recommendations in the papers to go and see this show but as of this date (7 August 2003) I had not yet read a full ... more

Forgotten Egypt… coming to the fringe in 2002!

ADDED ON: 14th of May 2002

Honorary president of the British Egyptalogical society (Doncaster Branch), Count Arthur Strong delivers an instructional talk on the wonders of Egypt, as experienced by himself firsthand. Its ... more

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