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Comedy Theatre in May

The Play That Goes Wrong

Duchess Theatre Open Run

Immaculately staged... roused even a staid matinee audience to hysterics

The Play That Goes Wrong, Duchess Theatre, London
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Now eyeing over half a decade in the West End, Mischief Theatre's bonkers theatrical farce is one of the capital's most consistent audience favourites. The original production from the company, discover...

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Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Garrick Theatre Apr 19 - Oct 11, 2021

These hideously talented regualrs are pushing improv in new directions - go marvel

Showstopper The Improvised Musical, Garrick Theatre, London

Following its hit run at the London's Apollo Theatre, Showstopper is now ready to take on the rest of the country! Watch as this brilliant company puts on a completely new and different musical at each...

Jimmy Carr - Terribly Funny

Richmond Theatre May 11, 2021

Jimmy Carr vs Political Correctness

Jimmy Carr Terribly Funny, Richmond Theatre, London
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Jimmy Carr is back with a brand new show that takes on political correctness, a concept he claims is about as useless at a comedy gig as health and safety at a rodeo. Join Jimmy as he explores blue, taboo...

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Adam Kay - This Is Going To Hurt

Richmond Theatre May 15, 2021

The diary-and-ditties combination is always entertaining; the closing cri de coeur is electrifying

Adam Kay This Is Going To Hurt, Richmond Theatre, London
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Fresh from his successful runs at Edinburgh Fringe and Soho Theatre, comic writer and performer, Adam Kay takes his best-selling first-hand account of life as a junior doctor, This Is Going To Hurt, out...

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Austentatious

Fortune Theatre Open Run

winning and enthusiastic performances. The audience applause between scenes is politely anticipatory of what might be next. By the end, it is rapturous.

Austentatious, Fortune Theatre, London

It is a truth universally acknowledged that when one's creative output captivates across the centuries, an improv show will capitalise on it. After becoming one of the biggest draws of the Edinburgh Fringe...

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