Why See Eddie Izzard?
Izzard reloads his Force Majeure show for London!
Fresh from his world "Force Majeure" tour, the irrepressible Eddie Izzard will be taking up residence right in the middle of the West End, at the Palace Theatre for four weeks! Performing a 'Reloaded' version of his hit touring show, expect zany ad-libs and unerring observations on life and its peculiarities. Now a respected actor in his own right, he was once dubbed "The Lost Python" by fellow comic John Cleese. A rare opportunity to see the comic mastermind in London.
"You need a tray"
Often lauded as one of the world's most influential comics of the last 20 years, this guy has created sound memes galore with his uncanny impressions (Death Star Canteen anybody?), pop culture jokes and more recently, his political aspirations for London. More notable impressions include God in the style of James Mason, Sean Connery as Noah and other characters, and Mrs. Badcrumble, a Scottish clarinet teacher, who was in in fact, his childhood piano teacher.
Izzard is a man of many talents; not content winning two Emmy Awards for his Dressed To Kill show, a movie actor ("Valkyrie," "Ocean's Twelve," "Ocean's Thirteen"), and appearing on The Good Wife as a snooty barrister, he is also a keen student of languages, having performed an entire Paris concert in French, and a Berlin show in German. According to his team, he is planning on learning and performing his shows in Spanish, Russian and Arabic too!
Opening night: 18 January 2016
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