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End of the Pier

July 11 - August 11, 2018

I used to dream of people remembering my jokes, now I just wish they'd forget.

Why See End of the Pier?

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New play

Light entertainment legend Les Dennis and Inbetweeners alum Blake Harrison star alongside Nitin Ganatra and Tala Gouvela as comedians at either side of the success spectrum in this intriguing new dark comedy, a world premiere play from Danny Robbins.

Having long-since faded into relative obscurity, the once reigning king of comedy Bobby now spends his days in backwater pantos and dilapidated seaside venues. But when next-big-thing Michael comes a-calling in need of career advice, he finds himself thrust back into notoriety, begging the question - what if you're not the man everyone thought you were?

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Previews from: 11 July 2018

Opening night: 16 July 2018

Run time

One hour and 45 minutes (Including interval)

Cast and Creative


Les Dennis
Blake Harrison
Nitin Ganatra
Tala Gouvela


Written by Danny Robbins

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