January 17, 2017

Voice of God

As part of our production of Monty Python’s Spamalot we have recorded a number of Voices of God and we want you our audience to vote for which ones we use.  Each “Voice” has nominated a charity and we will collect for their charity on the nights their voice is played.

To vote for your choice to appear as the voice of God, Tweet #VoiceOfGodWatford to @pumphousecyt and include the #tag of your favourite voice.

Alex Lowe, alias endearing and enduring 82 year old Barry from Watford was first brought to public consciousness when he became a cult star on Iain Lee’s LBC 97.3FM phone-in show, phoning in a few times each week to offer the benefits of his octogenarian wisdom. Since June 2009, he has been a regular feature in the form of “lifestyle guru” on Steve Wright In The Afternoon, BBC Radio 2. He is currently pottering around on a UK tour.Charity: Watford Hospice
Baroness Dorothy Thornhill, MBE is the first directly elected mayor of Watford and the first female directly elected mayor in the UK. She received a life peerage in August 2015 and is now a regular in the House of Lords.Charity: New Hope Trust
Eric Idle is an English comedian, actor, voice actor, author, singer-songwriter, musician, writer and comedic composer. Idle is a member of the British surreal comedy group Monty Python, and the author of the Broadway musical SpamalotCharity: Pump House Theatre & Arts Trust
Tom Billington is a professional musician with vast experience of being in bands, touring and making records together with writing music for circus, TV and film, community work and education. He runs a fantastic organisation called Electric Umbrella which uses music to  collaborate with adults with learning disabilities. He also happens to have been a member of the Pump House CYT in his younger daysCharity: Electric Umbrella