Why See David Baddiel: My Family - Not The Sitcom?
Back once more
After two hugely successful engagements at the Menier Chocolate Factory and a West End run at the Vaudeville last autumn, Davide Baddiel brings his critically acclaimed autobiographical show back to London for a stint at the Playhouse from March 28th.
Following 2014's Fame: Not the Musical, My Family: Not the Sitcom winds through Baddiel's chaotic family life, detailing the bittersweet ways in which he has dealt with his father's diagnosis with dementia and his mother's death, breaking the Jewish tradition of 'honouring thy parents,' with his trademark wit and candor.
First known for his double act with fellow comedian Frank Skinner, Baddiel has gone on to become a noted personality in his own right, besides stand up, he's leant his talents to screenwriting and has even published two novels for children!
Opening night: 28 March 2017
Suitable for those 15+
Olivier Awards 2017
Best Entertainment and Family
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