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Tommy Tiernan: Stray Sod, comedy review

With a sermon-like delivery half-way between home hearth and hellfire, Irish comedian Tommy Tiernan romps through his latest bawdy hour of observational comedy.

Ian Smith: Work in Progress - Leicester Square Theatre

Ian Smith returns to Leicester Square Theatre after his critically acclaimed debut show, ‘Anything’, at the Edinburgh Fringe. This is the first work-in-progress of his second solo show. Guard all the windows. Ian Smith’s got hold of a rulebook

Juliette Burton: When I Grow Up - Leicester Square Theatre

As a child Juliette wanted to be many things; ballerina, princess, Muppet. Did she have it right as a kid? In this true-life docu-comedy, award-winning performer Juliette Burton realises her childhood ambitions. She’s living the dream...every dream she

John Kearns - review

"Imagine I couldn't do this," ruminates John Kearns at one point in his Soho theatre debut – his mind wandering, not for the last time, off point.

John Kearns/Liam Williams, Soho Theatre - comedy review

A new wave of talent is crashing on comedy’s shore. After Alfie Brown last week, John Kearns proves that his Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer award was no fluke.

John Kearns/Liam Williams, Soho Theatre - comedy review

A new wave of talent is crashing on comedy’s shore. After Alfie Brown last week, John Kearns proves that his Edinburgh Fringe Best Newcomer award was no fluke.

Fame Not the Musical - David Baddiel - Purcell Room, Southbank Centre

Back by popular demand, David Baddiel talks about his relationship to fame. Fame: our society is obsessed with it – but who will talk honestly about what it's really like? David Baddiel, in his first full-length show for fifteen years, does just t

Each of Us - Tour

Ben Moor’s astonishing solo comedy about love, friendship and human connection at uncertain times roams across the capital for five performances visiting London’s compass points. Funny and romantic, cryptic and surreal, poetic and uplifting: in a

John Kearns’s Soho show is proof it’s the way you tell ’em

‘Sight gags for perverts’ is how one critic described Stanley Kubrick’s Cold War black comedy Dr Strangelove.