Comedy Tonight
  • West End

AMA Theatre presents a brand-new musical comedy revue celebrating some of the great legends of comedy as well as new and original routines. The show is a mix of music and song, magic and illusion and with a big dollop of comedy nostalgia.

The show begins with a washed-out old music hall performer who is taken on a journey of discovery by his bossy ventriloquist dummy. They discover the wonderful world of comedy from stage and screen through the eyes of the likes of Laurel and Hardy, Tommy Cooper, Frankie Howerd, The Two Ronnies and Ken Dodd. There are familiar routines as well as brand new ones all with magic and song.

The audience also play their part too, getting involved with the action.

The show is performed by Ian Britten-Hull and Annie Albici, the founders of AMA Theatre. Both Ian and Annie have long and varied careers as actors/performers and have toured their shows up and down the country and have received many glowing testimonials.

Comedy Tonight marks their debut at the Museum of Comedy creating an atmosphere of fun, paying tribute to the comedy greats and simply having a "Comedy Tonight!"

"&Ian and Annie are one of the best entertainment duo we know, they are really professional and really nice people too&." - Messages PR

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