From Wednesday 6 September to Saturday 7 October 2017:
From Monday 2 October to Saturday 7 October 2017:
Soho Theatre, LondonMulti award-winning surreal wizard of comedy, Tony Law is heading back to the top. The punk ethos is alive and well. Whimsy ain’t just for students. Tony Law is your Maverick Sunday. Ridiculousness for the people. Hysteria for nurses, teachers, mothers and plumbers. Important nonsense for you. Unite in art. Escape with purpose. The doctor is in and he has what you need. (Funny.)
From Tuesday 10 October to Friday 13 October 2017:
Soho Theatre, LondonKerry Godliman is back on tour. Her straight talking brand of quick wit and bewilderment will be covering more of life’s anomalies. Why is there a Buddha at the garden centre? Why collect her children’s teeth? And even though she can’t stand aubergines, why is it her favorite emoji? There’s loads to get sorted. Be there. She’ll do all the talking.
Both an incredibly talented comedian and a phe
From Monday 9 October to Saturday 14 October 2017:
Soho Theatre, Londontheir 2016 & 2017 runs, Fringe First Winners in 2010 & 2011 RashDash return to Soho with their playful
... that exist aren’t good enough. So there’s music and dance too.
Following the sell-out success of... show about gender and language.
Two women play two women playing two men.
Commissioned by Soho... Theatre and Northern Stage.
Running Time: Approx 75mins
Contains full nudity: non threatening and
From Tuesday 24 October to Saturday 28 October 2017:
Soho Theatre, Londonthe audience nightly.
An avid Broadway enthusiast Jinkx loves nothing more than belting out a show
... Theatre, please collect your tickets from The Leicester Square Theatre Box Office on the day of the
From Saturday 14 October to Saturday 28 October 2017:
From Monday 4 September to Monday 13 November 2017:
From Monday 25 September to Monday 18 December 2017:
Soho Theatre, LondonEver been so fed up with the world you’ve decided to sit on your arse and do sod all about it? Then come and join the support group for fellow slacktivists and do some more sitting on your arse in a group.
Occurring monthly with MPs, journalists, experts and know-nothing comedians such as the chairman Andy Parsons [Live At The Apollo, Mock the Week, some other marketable guff etc] the group w
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