Rhys James: Snitch
  • West End

Mock The Week regular, star of his own BBC Radio 4 series and soon to be seen on Live At The Apollo, Rhys James heads out on his first national tour. Following a completely sold-out run at The Soho Theatre, Rhys now brings his show to the prestigious Leicester Square.

In early 2019, Rhys was asked to go back to his school and inspire the Year 11s. Given that teenagers are a nightmare and there was no fee, he ghosted the teacher who had emailed. Bit of a shame really, given that he's figured out the true circle of life, has solved parenting despite having zero children, and even thinks he can predict the curriculum of schools in 50 years. Maybe he'll inspire some Year 11s in 2069.

As also seen on Comedy Central's Roast Battle, Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, and heard on Radio 4's The News Quiz.

"An immaculately crafted set" - Evening Standard
"Never more than a few seconds away from another punchline" - Time Out
"A cut above" - Independent

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