currently occupies the Rasmus Botoft the screen as a pharmacist in the popular tv series 'fawlty towers' on TV2, but now, the actor said yes to a completely new role.
He turns so back to the glass hall theatre in Tivoli, where he previously appeared with his Rytteriet-mate, Martin Buch, but this time he is on the stage as one of the figurehead.
He throws himself indeed in a new show in the music hall genre with a number of special guests along the way, revealing the Tivoli in a press release.
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Here it appears that Botoft performs with the show three times.
- the Ambition is to create three different shows, where there are high ceilings, gets knocked out with your arms, improvised, and where the moment of surprise is one of the grundidéerne behind the performances, says the press release.
The 48-year-old actor has long had a desire to erect a music hall in the glass hall theatre, which will leave the audience excited and with a lot of emotion.
- I have had a dream to revive the Tivoli Varietéen in the glass hall theatre, since I was very young. The ambition is that the audience is going to be happy in Tivoli, with a smile, perhaps with a tear in the corner of his eye and with a zest for life, with like experiences. Informed, excited and in a good mood. And no nights are going to be the same. I am absolutely wild, it sounds from the 'fawlty towers'-the star.
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the Rasmus Botoft, who, along with Martin Buch constitute Rytteriet, trained at the acting school at Aarhus Theatre in 1995.
He has since appeared in a myriad of theatrical performances and was from 2002 to 2008 a permanent part of The Royal Danish Theatre ensemble.
at the same time with his teaterkarriere Rasmus Botoft also a well-known figure on both the tv and film and has starred in films such as 'Flame and Citron' and 'People getting eaten' and tv series such as 'Happiness' and 'the protectors'.
the Tivoli Varietéen will premiere 1. april 2020 in the glass hall theatre.