Displaying events between March 1st and March 31st
The world's longest running live comedy show! Topical satire told through sketches and songs, updated every week.
DatesFri 1st, Sat 2nd, Sun 3rd, Thu 7th, Fri 8th, Sat 9th, Sun 10th, Thu 14th, Fri 15th, Sat 16th, Sun 17th, Thu 21st, Fri 22nd, Sat 23rd, Sun 24th, Thu 28th, Fri 29th, Sat 30th, Sun 31st
Flushed with success the Three Menopausal Maids are hot and guaranteed to tickle your Tena Ladies. Ever wondered what really happened in the 'happily ever after'? What's the big draw at the bingo - is it really the prize money? Getting too old for your job? How far would you go to hang on to it?
The Bardic Breakfasters are back! C's sensational Shakespearience returns to London and the Canal Café Theatre. Twenty seven years of Bardic bardfoolery culminate in last Edinburgh's sell-out show, now specially adapted for the London stage – The Taming of the Shrew as you've never seen it before. A pleasing plethora of pentameter, puns and pastry. Perfect for hardened fans of the Bard and blank verse virgins alike. Book early.
DatesThu 14th, Sat 16th, Sun 17th, Wed 20th, Thu 21st, Sat 23rd, Sun 24th
The cast of Edinburgh Fringe favourite Shakespeare for Breakfast invite you for dinner with a Dickensian twist! Dickens for Dinner makes its London debut following an Edinburgh Launch with the quintessential take on the Victorian classic, Great Expectations. Join us for a deliciously daring look at this classic British author, with a feverishly funny flavour. Who says literature can't make you laugh? Sit down for a truly surreal repast. Dickens goes delirious. Come see what the Pickwick Papers have been raving about.
DatesFri 15th, Sun 17th, Wed 20th, Fri 22nd, Sun 24th
Beatrice waits for the right man to respond to her ad. When John appears, the games begin. A surreal tragicomedy about the difficulty of connection and the meaning of love. The original play is written by Carole Frechette in Quebecois French and was translated by American-Canadian playwright, John Murrell.