Exclusive Charity Benefit Performances. This newly reimagined version of Eve Ensler’s hilarious and provocative classic returns to London at the New Players Theatre following a sell-out run in 2009. The show will only be performed for six exclusive benefit performance between 9th and 20th March 2010. Think you’ve seen it? Think again! Book now to [...]
Grumpy Old Women brings comedy to the Novello Theatre in London from 14th April to 5th June 2010. Chin Up Britain, The Grumpies Fight Back – Fresh from a 60 date sell-out National tour three of Britain’s Top Grumps bring their brand new show to London’s West End. Come and join Jenny ‘the spleen burster’ [...]
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La Bete at Comedy from 28th June 2010. La Bete is American playwright David Hirson’s rollicking 1991 play. This is a comic tour de force about Elomire (David Hyde Pierce), a high-minded classical dramatist who loves only the theatre, and Valere (Mark Rylance), a low-brow street clown who loves only himself. When the fickle princess [...]
London Assurance at the Olivier Theatre, London. The brilliantly funny London Assurance was written by the Irish genius of London theatre Dion Boucicault in 1841 and created two of the great comic roles of the English stage, Sir Harcourt Courtly played by Simon Russell Beale and Lady Spanker played by Fiona Shaw. Sir Harcourt Courtly [...]
Madness in Valencia has just finished a sell-out run at the White Bear and now moves to the Trafalgar Studio Two theatre in London.
The question her daughter, Vivie, is asking is “what is Mrs Warren’s Profession?”.
The new production of Tom Stoppard‘s play, The Real Thing, is to star Toby Stephens (Die Another Day, tv series Jane Eyre). This comedy examines the complex nature of love, art and reality through the story of Henry who is a successful and talented playwright, married to Charlotte – who is an actress playing the [...]
Nunsense A-Men is an hilarious comedy spoof following the misadventures of five nuns trying to manage a fundraiser – with all of the characters being portrayed by male musical comedy performers! Sister Julia’s vichyssoise is contaminated with botulism, resulting in the death of the rest of the sisterhood and the remaining nuns – ballet-loving Sister [...]
Party is an hilarious Fringe First winning debut play from Tom Basden. It comes to the West End two years after collecting the if.comedy Best Newcomer award at the Edinburgh Fringe and comes to the Arts Theatre, London for a limited run from 1st to 13th March 2010. Starring Tom Basden, Anna Crilly, Tim Key, [...]