Series two of the sitcom on BBC2
Grant has recently returned to the early life of Shakespeare for the second series of this great BBC sitcom penned by Ben Elton, produced by Gareth Edwards and directed by Richard Boden.
All the regulars from series one return: David Mitchell, Harry Enfield, Gemma Whelan, Rob Rouse, Tim Downie, Mark Heap, Liza Tarbuck, Helen Monks, Paula Wilcox, Steve Speirs, Dominic Coleman and Spencer Jones. The second series also has some great guest stars, including Noel Fielding and Emma Thompson.
Grant has written madrigals, wedding dances, cheesy musical theatre big finishes, carols and even sung countertenor this time around.
Co-produced by Hull Truck Theatre & RSC
Richard Bean's hilarious new play centres around the moment in 1642 when Sir John Hotham, Governor of Hull denied entry to the city to King Charles I, which kick-started the English Civil War. It is also a sex farce.
Grant has written a heap of political protest songs that propel the action forward, performed by a fantastic three piece band onstage.
The sold out run in Hull has been received with loud guffaws and standing ovations, as well as some very nice reviews. It is directed by Phillip Breen and stars Mark Addy and Caroline Quentin and transfers to the Swan Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon from 31st March till the 29th April.
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The NT's hit comedy with songs by Grant, directed by Sir Nicholas Hytner has been making people wet themselves laughing since 2011. The original NT production was been seen by more than a million people worlwide, played in the West End, on Broadway and Internationally. Although the original production closed in 2015, Grant's music can still be heard in new productions all around the world.
The play can also now be licensed for amateur use from Samuel French where you can also choose to license Grant's award winning skiffle score.
Hear Grant performing with The Craze on the original cast album here