Vampire Hospital Waiting Room
  • West End

From the award wining creators of fringe comedy sensations Apocalypse Cruise Ship Love Affair and Ghost Cop, comes the original blood curdling B-Musical for the stage.

Resurrected from the dead (2012-2015) in retina piercing technicolor, the twisted single-act plot follows a horrific car crash from which our handsome and heroic billionaire Arty Baldwin is left trapped, wheelchair-bound and comatose in Dr. Bloom's waiting room, aided only by his drastically emotional secretary Liz. Unfortunately for our hero, the good doctor is distracted. Convinced that Arty is the Vampire Lord on the verge of his long-prophesised return to power, he sets about awakening his new master so that he might too join the ranks of the immortals. Creepy eh? Yes, it is&

"Effortless" - Stage Review
"Whirlwind musical comedy" - Three Weeks
"Genuinely original" - PlaysToSee
"A sensation" - RemoteGoat
"Absurd, puerile, vulgar, and utterly brilliant." - PlaysToSee
"Superb" - LondonTheatre1
"As good as anything you'll find" - Culture Whisper
"A trip to comedy heaven" - GingerWig
"The Laughs are constant"- LastMinuteTheatreTickets
"The most amusing and consistently well executed improvised comedy at the entire Fringe" - The Student
"Side splitting one-liners executed perfectly" - Hiive

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