One Man Lord Of The Rings – Full UK tour announced

I was lucky enough to catch Ross’ one man Star Wars trilogy show and it was fantastic so if you get the chance to check out his One Man Lord of the Rings I suggest you take it.

You can also check out our review of the Lord of the Rings show here and check out the tour dates here.


The Quest Continues…

100,000 characters. Nine companions. Three masterworks. One Man to do it all.
Following his recent sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Canadian actor Charles Ross returns with his show One Man Lord Of The Rings for a full UK tour (plus a show in Dublin) in September.

Ross first took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm when he made his UK debut with One Man Star Wars Trilogy in 2006 and its success was repeated around the UK where he has toured extensively, including two West End runs and appearances at Glastonbury Festival and the huge Star Wars Celebration Europe at London

’s ExCel Exhibition Centre.
One Man Lord Of The Rings has quickly followed suit, with audiences and critics alike applauding Ross’ amazing skills in recreating the enchanting world of Middle-earth, armed with nothing more than a pair of elbow pads and his outrageous imagination. No props or costumes are required as he hurtles through the Tolkien trilogy – The Fellowship Of The Ring, The Two Towers and The Return Of The King – in just 3,600 seconds of unbelievable kinetic entertainment.

Directed by TJ Dawe and with lighting design by Mike Schaldmose, One Man Lord Of The Rings was selected as

‘Patron’s Choice’ for Best Play at the Toronto Fringe Festival and ‘#1 Best Of Fringe’ at the 2009 Saskatoon Fringe Festival. It’s even been given a wizard’s seal of approval by Gandalf himself, after Sir Ian McKellen caught a performance in Canada!

If you’ve seen the films, read the books and named your first-born Frodo, you won’t want to miss Ross’ zany take on the ever-popular epic saga.

Book fast – it will be a hot ticket. 5 stars’ –

A good night out’ – The Stage

If you liked The Lord of the Rings trilogy, you’ll love Charlie Ross’ version – and if you didn’t, well, at least his is shorter’ – Sir Ian McKellen
The Lord of the Rings and the characters, items, events and places therein are trademarks or registered trademarks of The Saul Zaentz Company d/b/a Tolkien Enterprises. All rights reserved.

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One comment

  1. I saw his Star Wars standup a few years ago, and I can’t wait until he comes to my neck of the woods with Lord of the Rings!

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