From flying chitty cars and 160 children in a week, to handpainting nearly 200 catsuits, a life size pirate ship that held 40 people to a set with slides, trees and trapdoors, the rubber chicken team have had some pretty crazy plans over the years. As ridiculous plans go this one is up there! Join a full band, cast of over 100, massive production team and anyone else they cajole into being involved as they attempt to break the world record for the fastest theatrical production.
With a target time of just 12 hours from opening the box of scripts and finding out the show (not even the director, production team or cast know in advance which show is chosen) to curtain up in front of a (hopefully) full house with full costumes, props, scenery, music, dance and who knows what else, this promises to be an amazing one off experience.
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