It's been a long time coming, but theatregoers will be literally on the edge of their seats with the news that Andrew Lloyd-Webbedfeet and Tim Ricekrispies are releasing a new musical.
Entitled Le Pissoir, it is a romantic tale set in the 1930s about a Margate man who visits Paris and sees the amazing public urinals. He then lobbies his local council to introduce the handy pissoirs to his home town. He also falls in love with a toilet attendant, Stacey, all the while trying to avoid the demands of his workaholic boss Dave.
There are a number of songs in the musical which are sure to catch the public's attention. From the opening number I'm Weeing In The Street to the haunting ballad Where, Oh Where Shall I Empty My Bladder?, it is a delight from start to finish. There is romance in the love song Madam, You Can't Piss Here, and comedy in the hilarious Has Somebody Shat In The Pissoir?
Critics have viciously attacked the new musical, saying that it scrapes the gutter of taste, shows no originality, and could have been written by a hundred monkeys with a Stylophone. Mr Lloyd-Webbedfeet has responded to the critics by saying that it is of the same standard as the rest of his works.
Theatre reviewer Alec Songendans summed it up with his review: "Le Pissoir shows the same contempt for the audience as if Andrew Lloyd-Webbedfeet came on stage himself and took a dump in front of the audience while an opera singer wailed to aid his motions. If this c**t releases one more musical then I will personally throttle him."