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About The Musical

Come see this hilarious & original comedy musical show filled with witty, irreverent lyrics, memorable tunes & an exciting, satirical narrative set in a dystopian future & starring everyone’s favourite Ginger Royalty…..no, not Mick Hucknall

Daily Express Review

Here is an article about the musical in The Daily Express, a UK national newspaper (click on image to go to article)

Prince Harry In 2084 | A Synopsis

Here’s The Plot

It’s 2084 and the world’s gone down the tubes. It’s been two years since 2082 when Brexit was finally implemented and now Britain is an overpriced dump with warm beer, terrible food, depressing weather and surly customer service. In other words, massive changes have happened.

Prince Harry is the leader of a rebel faction of redheaded outcasts who’ve been ostracised from the planet’s dystopian society because of their lack of melanin.

The love of his life, Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex, has been kidnapped and is being held in conditions that are almost working class in their deprivation.

Harry leads a small of group of “suicide ninjer gingers” willing to risk direct sunlight and quite warmish summer weather, verging on the muggy, to get her back.

Come hear the hilarious, imaginative songs that make up this satirical and insightful comedy musical adventure story.

About Roddy Fraser

“Lively, confident . Musical comedy is his forte” chortle.co.uk

“5 stars. See him before he plays the big venues.” edfringe.com

“Hilarious songs. Very inventive.” Vancouver Sun

Roddy Fraser is a Scottish musician, comedian & filmmaker

Has performed at various comedy festivals including The Vancouver International Comedy Festival & The Edinburgh Festival

Has performed with national and internationally known comics such as David Cross (from Arrested Development and Mr. Show) Jeremy Hotz (from The Jon Stewart Show) Stephen Merchant (writer with Ricky Gervais, of The Office) Simon Amstell (host of BBC’s Never Mind The Buzzcocks)