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Comedy

East is East - UK Tour

Pakistani chip-shop owner George Khan - "Genghis" to his kids - is determined to give his children a strict Muslim upbringing against the unforgiving backdrop of 1970s Salford. Household tension reaches breaking point as their long-suffering English mothe

Review: Great Britain (Theatre Royal Haymarket)

Richard Bean's new play is nothing to hold the front page for.

Lee Evans review when he starts talking he stops being funny

The physical foolery is fine, but some of Evans jokes are not very nice at all.

Cardinal Burns: The comic duo breathing new life into the tired sketch show format

It is around 8.30pm on a Thursday night and  in the basement of the Soho Theatre, Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns are straddling two helpless audience members as they encourage everyone else to sing “Ohhhh, my tax disc’s expired” to the tune of

Great Britain, Haymarket Theatre Royal, review: 'a kick up the backside'

Richard Bean's political satire mercilessly lampoons Britain's tabloid culture.

The Play That Goes Wrong, Ballyturk and The Wolf From the Door AYULTP #189 21-Sep-2014

As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast 21-Sep-2014 With T R P Watson, Phil from the West End Whingers and Nick from Partially Obstructed View. Plays Discussed: The Play That Goes Wrong – Duchess Theatre [00:12] Ballyturk – Lyttelton, National Theatre.

The Play That Goes Wrong, Ballyturk and The Wolf From the Door AYULTP #189 21-Sep-2014

As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast 21-Sep-2014 With T R P Watson, Phil from the West End Whingers and Nick from Partially Obstructed View. Plays Discussed: The Play That Goes Wrong – Duchess Theatre [00:12] Ballyturk – Lyttelton, National Theatre.

The Play That Goes Wrong, Ballyturk and The Wolf From the Door AYULTP #189 21-Sep-2014

As Yet Unnamed London Theatre Podcast 21-Sep-2014 With T R P Watson, Phil from the West End Whingers and Nick from Partially Obstructed View. Plays Discussed: The Play That Goes Wrong – Duchess Theatre [00:12] Ballyturk – Lyttelton, National Theatre.

Lee Evans, O2 Arena

Lee Evans is one of those comics people either love or can't stick, and the audience at the O2 Arena last night clearly fell into the former camp – not much point in them being there at 55 quid a pop otherwise.