Dawn French – 30 Million Minutes is no longer available to book.
See what’s on next at the Vaudeville theatre
Much loved British comedienne, Dawn French (Vicar of Dibly, French & Saunders), returns with 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 loss – through a variety of sketches and anecdotes.
With hilarious comic timing and a great eye for detail, French shares the secrets of how she has coped with womanhood, fame and her body image throughout her fascinating life. Topics of discussion include her extraordinary lack of willpower, her lifelong nosey streak and her tendency to show off; all under the watchful gaze of the public.
The actress & novelist’s humorous stories will definitely entertain in this new and unique show, so don’t miss out on your chance to laugh out loud with Dawn French this November for 4 weeks only!.
Hotels close by
The Vaudeville Theatre on the Strand has two favourite Theatre Break hotels very close by: the 4 star Strand Palace Hotel and the lovely 4 star deluxe Guoman Charing Cross. Just round the corner there is also the ultra trendy 5 star ME London hotel with its uniquely named rooms and its cool bars and restaurants.
Of course my favourite has always been the Kingsway Hall on Great Queen Street but you don’t need to stay nearby. Covent Garden and Charing Cross tube stations are nearby to whisk you off to any part of London, or you can take a delightful stroll across the Thames and head for one of the hotels on the south side of the river: a bit cheaper AND you get the benifit of those beautiful views up and down the Thames as you head back after the show!
Theatre : Vaudeville, The Strand, London WC2R 0NH
Nearest tube : Charing Cross on the Northern and Jubilee lines
Opens : 11th November 2016
Booking to : Now closed
Performances times : Tuesday to Saturday at 19:30; Saturday at 14:30
Nearest tube : Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo lines