SPAMALOT went over so well in Albury a decade ago, the gang couldn't wait to get back together.
Livid Productions first performed the musical comedy adaptation of 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail to sold-out audiences at the Albury Entertainment Centre in 2011.
This month about one-third of the original cast will join a new production of Spamalot.
Livid Productions spokeswoman Lauren Schmutter, who was part of the first show and cast in this production, said everyone was excited to bring the hilarious show back to the Border.
"Even if you don't know anything about Monty Python, it's still very, very funny," she said.
"We have some younger people in it this time who have got to love it!"
With a cast of 40 under the direction of David Todd, an orchestra of 18 under the direction of Damien Jones and a behind the scenes crew of about 15, Spamalot retells the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table.
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Lovingly ripped off from the classic film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the show features a bevy of beautiful show girls, the dancing Knights of Camelot, killer rabbits, the Black Knight and French people.
Livid Productions is a local not-for-profit theatre company that was founded in 2006 by Liz Kolisnyk and David Todd.
Since that time Livid has put on many shows including Grease, Sweeney Todd, Annie, Nunsense and the award-winning Les Miserables.
Spamalot runs for about two hours and is suitable for those aged 13-plus.
For tickets visit alburyentertainmentcentre.com.au/whats-on/livid-productions-present-monty-pythons-spamalot