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About the Show

About the Show

About the Show

 
The Three Guitar Locos
“El Guapo”, “El Gentleman”, & “El Grotesco”.
Suspend, surprise and mesmerise you with musical mastery and hilarious visual comedy.

They Play their Guitars like “Paco De Lucia”
They Sing like “Bee Gees” and Rumba like “Gypsy Kings”.
They Spin, Flip, and Fly their Flamenco Guitarras, while popping ping pong balls, and smashing eggs and cliches.

All for the love of “Maria”… In a comic universe, where all hombres are called “Carlos”.

This trio of eccentric characters immediately strike a chord with the audience; competing with their guitars, their voices, and their energy…
 
Get Ready to Go Loco
For the “Ole!” Comedy Show!

 
If you’ve never seen them – go! If you have – go again!
– The Independent

You’d have to be dead not to enjoy this show. Rarely have I seen an audience ‘get it’ so quickly.
– Chortle

 
The Three Guitar Locos
“El Guapo”, “El Gentleman”, & “El Grotesco”.
Suspend, surprise and mesmerise you with musical mastery and hilarious visual comedy.

They Play their Guitars like “Paco De Lucia”
They Sing like “Bee Gees” and Rumba like “Gypsy Kings”.
They Spin, Flip, and Fly their Flamenco Guitarras, while popping ping pong balls, and smashing eggs and cliches.

All for the love of “Maria”… In a comic universe, where all hombres are called “Carlos”.

This trio of eccentric characters immediately strike a chord with the audience; competing with their guitars, their voices, and their energy…
 
Get Ready to Go Loco
For the “Ole!” Comedy Show!

 
If you’ve never seen them – go! If you have – go again!
– The Independent

You’d have to be dead not to enjoy this show. Rarely have I seen an audience ‘get it’ so quickly.
– Chortle

Guillermo
De Endaya

(The Gentleman)

Guillermo
De Endaya

(The Gentleman)

GUILLERMO (Willie): Born in Bilbao, Spain, Willie started playing guitar at the age of fourteen. He led several bands as a singer, guitarist, and composer performing in clubs and festivals in the Basque Country.

In 1990 he moved to southern Germany where he founded the Willie Endaya Band and played his own songs for about four years before meeting Paul Morocco and joining ‘Ole!’ in 1996.

Throughout the past years he performed solo guitar and voice and still performs his own vast repertoire of pop, rock and jazz standards.

Paul
Morocco

(The Grotesco )

Paul
Morocco

(The Grotesco )

PAUL: In 1984, Paul left his home in Virginia Beach, Virginia with nothing but a guitar, a bag of fruit, a pocket full of ping pong balls, and a personal mission to avoid cliches forever.

A former member of the International Jugglers Association, Paul learnt his craft of juggling, comedy, visual clowning and music on the streets of New Orleans, New York and London.

Paul has performed in comedy clubs, theatres, and on major TV shows in UK and Europe, including Johnathan Ross, Jools Holland, “The Happening”, and even the Royal Variety Show.

Marcial
Heredia

(The Macho)

Marcial
Heredia

(The Macho)

MARCIAL: Born in 1970 in Hannover, Germany in a family of musicians and flamenco artists, Marcial started his musical training at seven years old, learning the first knowledge of Spanish Guitar.

After several seasons playing professionally in his family’s prestigious flamenco stage show, Marcial went to England, where he had the opportunity to explore musical styles like funk, blues, and jazz.

Later, in ‘Ole!’, he mixed this fusion of influences with his own Flamenco traditions to develop his own style and character.

“A REAL TREAT – FUNNY, UNPREDICTABLE AND SPECTACULAR!”

DAILY TELEGRAPH

“YOU WOULD HAVE TO BE DEAD TO NOT ENJOY THE SHOW… SENDS YOU OUT INTO THE WORLD WITH A GREAT BIG SMILE”

CHORTLE EDINBURGH

“IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THEM BEFORE, GO! IF YOU HAVE, GO AGAIN!”

THE INDEPENDENT

“LED BY THE COLOSSAL PAUL MOROCCO, OLÉ! IS A HILARIOUS FLAMENCO TRIO”

OUEST FRANCE

“COMEDY WITH GRANDES COJÕNES”

THE SCOTSMAN

“PRINCES OF THE STAGE WHO FLIRT CONSTANTLY WITH PERFECTION”

LE DAUPHINE LIBERE

“A REAL TREAT – FUNNY, UNPREDICTABLE AND SPECTACULAR!”

DAILY TELEGRAPH

“LED BY THE COLOSSAL PAUL MOROCCO, OLÉ! IS A HILARIOUS FLAMENCO TRIO”

OUEST FRANCE

“YOU WOULD HAVE TO BE DEAD TO NOT ENJOY THE SHOW… SENDS YOU OUT INTO THE WORLD WITH A GREAT BIG SMILE”

CHORTLE EDINBURGH

“COMEDY WITH GRANDES COJÕNES”

THE SCOTSMAN

“IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THEM BEFORE, GO! IF YOU HAVE, GO AGAIN!”

THE INDEPENDENT

“PRINCES OF THE STAGE WHO FLIRT CONSTANTLY WITH PERFECTION”

LE DAUPHINE LIBERE

The History of Olé!

Paul Morocco developed ‘Ole!’ after cutting his performing teeth on the streets of New Orleans. There, he explored his love for entertaining the public; learning the timeless craft of connecting to the audience, and developing his unique improvisational skills.

The original ‘Ole!’ show began at London’s Mime Festival in 1990, and debuted at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival in 1991, receiving not one, but two awards for the performance.

In 1996, Paul teamed up with Guillermo De Endaya and Marcial Heredia. This version of the show plays to enraptured audiences to this day, and has become an international cult hit all over the World.
 
“These three Locos are not only funny, but enormously musically talented as well. Their powerful performance combines frantic and zany slapstick that is almost surreal beyond madness.”

– The Daily Telegraph, UK

The History of Olé!

The History of Olé!

Paul Morocco developed ‘Ole!’ after cutting his performing teeth on the streets of New Orleans. There, he explored his love for entertaining the public; learning the timeless craft of connecting to the audience, and developing his unique improvisational skills.

The original ‘Ole!’ show began at London’s Mime Festival in 1990, and debuted at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival in 1991, receiving not one, but two awards for the performance.

In 1996, Paul teamed up with Guillermo De Endaya and Marcial Heredia. This version of the show plays to enraptured audiences to this day, and has become an international cult hit all over the World.
 
“These three Locos are not only funny, but enormously musically talented as well. Their powerful performance combines frantic and zany slapstick that is almost surreal beyond madness.”
– The Daily Telegraph, UK

Paul Morocco / Olé! © 2017 | Website Design by Nice as Pi
Paul Morocco / Olé! © 2017
Website Design by Nice as Pi