Bananaman began life in the Nutty comic in 1980, and was a flyaway success, transferring to The Dandy before joining the world’s longest-running comic, The Beano in 2012 and he is now one of The Beano’s flagship characters. A send-up of the likes of Superman and Batman, he was the subject of the hugely popular TV cartoon that ran between 1983 and 1986 for three series and 40 episodes on the BBC and featured the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie from The Goodies.

For the first time ever, Bananaman will be live on stage in Bananaman the Musical, written and composed by Leon Parris, and directed by Mark Perry.

Bananaman is at Southwark Playhouse until January 20th 2018

 

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