The Lost Disc

The Lost Disc

The Lost Disc is a riotous quest for the holy grail of recorded music. Part gig, part play, part comedy show it showcases an alternative history of popular music and is strumming its way to the Soho Theatre stage from 8th-27th October 2018… 

Underground Railroad Game

Underground Railroad Game

Good morning, America! Welcome to Hanover Middle School, where a pair of teachers are getting down and dirty with today’s lesson. Going round after round on the mat of American history, the duo tackles race, sex and power politics in this R-rated, kaleidoscopic and fearless comedy… 

The One

The One

Following on from last summer’s smash-hit Touch, Vicky Jones returns with her award-winning debut play. Harry and Jo are up all night drawing the battle lines of their relationship with sex, violence and Wotsits... 

Sara Schaefer - Little White Box

Sara Schaefer - Little White Box

In ‘Little White Box’, Sara employs her vulnerable, whip-smart comedy style to confront her complicated relationship with Jesus, America, and death. The result is an endearing show where even the darkest moments are laced with whimsy. 

In Tents and Purposes

In Tents and Purposes

Following their ★★★★★ sell-out run, Roxy Dunn (C4’s Babylon, BBC Three’s Top Coppers) and Alys Metcalf (The Play That Goes Wrong) compete with their egos to teltime-hopping story, exploring whether our lives are predetermined or shaped by choice. 

How (not) to Live in Suburbia

How (not) to Live in Suburbia

How (not) to Live in Suburbia is Annie Siddons’ new autobiographical story of her life following her family’s decision to move to “Twickenham, Home of Rugby”. A recently divorced mother of two, under pressure from a pushy agent, and hopelessly cut off from her friends and the true love of her life, London, Siddons struggles to fit in to her new surroundings... 

Genesis

Genesis

Genesis is a play about the issue of breast cancer – an issue play. Rachel (Helen Bradbury) works at a lab that uses gene mutations to predict breast cancer risk. But when she is labeled high-risk herself, her reaction endangers her relationships with her friends and family... 

Hans Teeuwen: Real Rancour

Hans Teeuwen: Real Rancour

With a face like the Edvard Munch painting The Scream and limbs flying everywhere like a jointed wooden puppet, Dutch comic Hans Teeuwen begins his show with a burst of freestyle jazz dancing... 

Two Man Show

Two Man Show

When Goalen, Greenland and Wilkie sweep, commandingly onto the stage of the Soho Theatre, they announce their identity as goddesses ‘who know everything’. They certainly look the part; clad in floor-length gold robes, they hasten to inform the audience about thousands of years of patriarchal subjugation, signposting historical legacies dating back to Neolithic times which have been manipulated in order to oppress women... 

George Egg: Anarchist Cook

George Egg: Anarchist Cook

Touring stand-up George Egg has spent – and, presumably, continues to spend – a lot of his life in hotels the length and breadth of the UK. As a result he has quite understandably developed a genuine dislike of what he considers to be over-priced, under-whelming hotel food... 

Simon Munnery: And Nothing But

Simon Munnery: And Nothing But

There have been a lot of Simon Munneries over the years.We’ve had Simon Munnery the absurdist bureaucrat with a clipboard, Simon Munnery with a bucket on his head, Simon Munnery as a comic dictator standing on top of a bus and shouting... 

Andrew Maxwell: Yo Contraire!

Andrew Maxwell: Yo Contraire!

Your friend and ours Andrew Maxwell is back and funnier than ever when he returns to the Soho Theatre this November with his critically acclaimed 2015 Fringe show Yo Contraire! Renowned for his cutting edge comedy and intrepid social and political commentary, double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Maxwell is a must-see for any comedy fan... 

The Session

The Session

Communication and cross-cultural misunderstandings. A a heartfelt new comedy about how couples communicate, taking in 20 years of a relationship based on crossed wires and the perils of falling in love when you can't say a single word to each other. 

Spencer Jones is The Herbert in 'Proper Job'

Spencer Jones is The Herbert in 'Proper Job'

Edinburgh Fringe sensation, BAFTA nominee, 2015 New Act of the Year runner up and double BARRY UK winner for best show and best performer, Spencer Jones brings his prop comedy creation The Herbert to London... 

Bears in Space

Bears in Space

King Joffrey, a Scottish koala bear and a Jane Austen loving, guitar-strumming narrator walk onto a spaceship. No, it’s not the start of a Ross Noble joke, but just some of the bizarre characters on display in Collapsing Horse’s latest production Bears In Space, now playing at the Soho Theatre... 

Fleabag

Fleabag

Unexpected pre-show choice of “Easy Listening” music notwithstanding, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag is an exciting theatrical ride, slipping from laugh-out-loud humour to the scary realities of modern living and of not being in control... 

Simon Evans: Leashed

Simon Evans: Leashed

Like most men of his age and delusion, Simon Evans dreams of striking out into The Wild and slipping the surly bonds of suburbia. He remembers, inaccurately, a youth spent drifting like a Home Counties Kerouac through the great European arterial transport thoroughfares, bonding, if not with tribal herdsmen, then at least with truck drivers and the occasional Foreign legionnaire deserter... 

Brendon Burns Hasn't Heard of You Either

Brendon Burns Hasn't Heard of You Either

If we were to use one word to describe Brendon Burns’ career it’d be “interesting”. This is not your everyday comic. Older, wiser, calmer (and after being fitted with a hearing aid, infinitely quieter) Brendon’s energy is still enticing... 

Winky

Winky

“Someone's crapping in your oatmeal. If you're losing, somebody is doing it to you.” Neil Yaniky strongly suspects his yugly sister Winky to be his metaphorical oatmeal-crapper... 

Michael Che: Cartoon Violence

Michael Che: Cartoon Violence

Critics and audiences agree, NY-based writer and stand-up comedian Michael Che is a star on the rise. In the past year he has been named one of Rolling Stone’s ’50 Funniest People’, Buzzfeed’s ’50 Hottest Men in Comedy’, and Variety’s ‘Top 10 Comics To Watch’...