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Dawn French – 30 Million Minutes

Dawn French – 30 Million Minutes

Much loved British comedienne, Dawn French (Vicar of Dibly, French & Saunders), will debut her one woman show at the Vaudeville theatre in late Autumn. The title of the show – 30 Million Minutes – refers to the exact amount of time she has been alive and focuses on her life and career – including her recent weight […]

Dear Lupin

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Dear Lupin

Book Dear Lupin tickets in London Like father like son – actors James and Jack Fox will star in an adaptation of Roger Mortiner’s memoirs Dear Lupin at the Apollo Theatre when it premieres in the West End next month. Directed by Philip Franks, the humorous play is based on the book Dear Lupin, Letters To A Wayward Son […]

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The Mentalists

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The Mentalists

The Mentalists in London The Mentalists is from the pen of award winning writer Richard Bean (One Man Two Guv’nors, Made In Dagenham) which is a new comedy starring two of Britiain’s best loved tv actors. It makes a perfect highlight to our The Mentalists Theatre Breaks. In a non-descript Finsbury Park hotel room two freinds are […]

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Bill Bailey Limboland

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Bill Bailey Limboland

After leaving Australia and New Zealand in stitches, Bill Bailey Limboland Breaks will entertain UK audiences at London’s Vaudeville Theatre during December 2015. With his straight faced unique stand up comedy show,  Bill Baily explores the gap between how we imagine our lives to be and how they really are. ★★★★ Pretty much unmissable The Herald Sun, Melbourne ★★★★  Life in […]

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The Importance of Being Earnest

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The Importance of Being Earnest

Award winning actor David Suchet stars as the formidable Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde’s charming comedy The Importance of Being Earnest this Spring. Book The Importance of Being Earnest Tickets HERE Wilde’s superb satire on Victorian manners is one of the funniest plays in the English language – the delightful rapartee and the hilarious piercing […]

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The Play That Goes Wrong

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The Play That Goes Wrong

Theatre Breaks in London The 2015 Oliver Award winning The Play That Goes Wrong, a farcical comedy that has enjoyed vast success, first on the Fringe and now in the West End. Book The Play That Goes Wrong Theatre Breaks Described as a comical hybrid of Fawlty Towers and Michael Frayn’s seminal meta-theatrical comedy Noises Off, this […]

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39 Steps Theatre Breaks in London

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39 Steps Theatre Breaks in London

The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre The 1935 Hitchcock film classic of John Buchan’s thrilling novel The 39 Steps was not a low budget movie with locations in the Scottish glens, the Flying Scotsman, the Fourth Bridge AND the London Palladium. So how do you squeeze all of that, and a cast of over 100 into the […]

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