Writing a positive review is quite difficult without using hyperbole, and in the spirit of Pierre Novellie’s Why Can’t I Just Enjoy Things, it is prudent to at least attempt to…
The UK’s lowest energy double act explore tales from the not-so-wild-west.
A world premiere sci-fi epic that takes on the church to avenge a lifetime of queer shame.
At once slapstick, sitcom and surreal, Grubby Little Mitts is an hour of wildly different sketches at breakneck speed, rooted in the recognisable yet traversing into strange realit…
noun: A female incel.
In one word, Erika Ehler: Femcel is unexpected.
Everybody loves a comeback story, and Lauren Pattison’s It Is What It Is, is an up-beat in-depth look at the ups and downs of life.
It is the dawn of space-crime, and a new era for queer representation.
Fin Taylor is not afraid to speak his mind, and his recent set Daddy Self-Care is proof of that.
In his teens, he hid it.
An intergalactic queer comedy romp with songs.
Mundane is not a word that could be used to describe Elf Lyons’ Raven.
As far as shows set during the Regency era go, Christian Brighty’s Playboy is not only the most ambitious, but also the best representation of dramas set in this period.
Award winning Aussie comedian, Reuben Kaye is back back to tear the world apart and put it back together.
Taking self-deprecating humour to another level, Tom Walker’s Javelin is a rather eclectic series of observations and character-based narratives, through which runs a relatively …
Chris is Deaf in a hearing world.
Ventriloquism as you’ve never seen before.
Helen Bauer is basic, well, basic-plus, because she is aware of it.
House of Pride X Moonlight Experiences presents The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs post-show social w/ cocktails + performances + DJs.
Asking radical and intimate questions about motherhood, the award-winning RashDash return with their latest show Oh Mother to tour England this summer.
Iman Qureshi breaks new ground with a comedy about a lesbian community choir struggling to survive.
Based on the 18th century Beggar’s Opera and Brecht & Weill’s Threepenny Opera, the band present their own version of this wildly entertaining story as a song cycle swarming wi…
Miss Martina (a.
Winner of the Netflix supported Stage to Screen New Voice Award 2020.
The Soho Theatre launched its post-lockdown summer season this week with Shedding A Skin, written and performed by Amanda Wilkin, the 2020 winner of the Verity Bargate Award.
Sara’s blistering 5-star show was one of the major hits of the 2019 Edinburgh Festival, garnering critical and audience acclaim and playing to capacity crowds.
Edinburgh Comedy Award and double BAFTA-nominated professional idiot Spencer Jones is back with his brand-new show.
A play about Quantum Miracles by David Baddiel, starring Alan Davies.
Steen Raskopoulos and Carlo Ritchie are multi-award-winning improvisers.
The self-declared siren of South Yorkshire presents a festive spectacular in what is undoubtably the best Christmas show you’ll see this summer.
Following a whirlwind year of high-profile tour support slots (Ricky Gervais, Bill Burr, Doug Stanhope), a 2018 Chortle Award nomination and an acclaimed, sell out Edinburgh Fringe…
The Lost Disc is a riotous quest for the holy grail of recorded music.
Good morning, America! Welcome to Hanover Middle School, where a pair of teachers are getting down and dirty with today’s lesson.
Following on from last summer’s smash-hit Touch, Vicky Jones returns with her award-winning debut play.
In ‘Little White Box’, Sara employs her vulnerable, whip-smart comedy style to confront her complicated relationship with Jesus, America, and death.
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-h…
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”.
is a play about the issue of breast cancer – an
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 freestyl…
When Goalen, Greenland and Wilkie sweep,
commandingly onto the stage of the Soho Theatre, they announce their identity
as goddesses ‘who know everything’.
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.
There have been a lot of Simon Munneries over the years.
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!
Communication and cross-cultural misunderstandings.
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 crea…
King Joffrey, a Scottish koala bear and a Jane Austen loving,
guitar-strumming narrator walk onto a spaceship.
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…
Like most men of his age and delusion, Simon Evans dreams of striking out into The Wild and slipping the surly bonds of suburbia.
If we were to use one word to describe Brendon Burns’ career it’d be “interesting”.
“Someone’s crapping in your oatmeal.
Critics and audiences agree, NY-based writer and stand-up comedian Michael Che is a star on the rise.
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