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Tickets to Richard Gadd’s Baby Reindeer are now available!
Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Richard Gadd is bringing his debut play Baby Reindeer to London’s Ambassador’s Theatre for a limited 1-month run from 02 April to 02 May. This unmissable play steps away from his traditional comedy sets and into a dark and chilling monologue skillfully managed by director Jon Brittain. Baby Reindeer tickets are sure to be highly sought after following the Edinburgh Festival premiere and sold out Bush Theatre run so be sure to book early to secure your seats early and at the best possible prices.
Richard Gadd’s debut play Baby Reindeer
Following the success of his raw exploration of masculinity, Monkey See Monkey Do, Richard Gadd is bringing his unmissable debut play to the Edinburgh Festival before its transfer to the Bush Theatre in London. This award-winning comedian takes a dark turn when a chance encounter and a meaningless interaction with a stranger end up having far-reaching consequences beyond anything he could ever have thought possible.
He offers her a free cup of tea, he wants her to laugh at his joke, but she doesn’t she takes him literally. This unsettling personal narrative follows the spiralling consequences of a seemingly small mistake. It is an exploration of obsession and delusion and along the way raises questions about victims, the judicial system how one choice can forever change your life.
Who is involved in Baby Reindeer?
The writer and star of Baby Reindeer is Richard Gadd an actor, writer and comedian. His 2016 show Monkey See Monkey Do won him the coveted Edinburgh Comedy Award. Along with his many stand-up and one-man shows he has also has appeared in television programmes such as Tripped and Clique.
Olivier award-winner Jon Brittain whose play Rotterdam snagged the award after premiering at Theatre 503 before transferring to London's Trafalgar Studios and onto the West End's Arts Theatre returns to direct the Ambassador's Theatre run of Baby Reindeer. He is also known for the hit show Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho which he co-wrote and directed. He also directed John Kearn’s award-winning shows Sight Gags for Perverts and Shtick.
Tickets for Baby Reindeer on sale now!
Book tickets for Baby Reindeer early to avoid disappointment. This limited run transfer to the Ambassador’s Theatre in London from the Bush Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe Festival is sure to be in high demand and you won’t want to miss it. Grab your tickets and hold on tight, this could be a bumpy ride.
Age restrictionThis production is recommended for ages 14+.
Running time1hr 5min (no interval)
Performance dates02 April - 02 May 2020
ContentPlease note this production features possible trigger warnings, Stalking and harassment, sexual assault, transphobia. It also features strong language/swearing and language of a sexual nature.
AccessAudio Described performance - 21 April 2020 and Captioned performance - 28 April 2020
Mrs Tome Perrin6th November
Fascinating story, excellently told. I felt sad, I laughed, I was scared. Excellent acting. Felt rather distrubed by the end. But enjoyed it.
Phillip Snowdon3rd November
It was a fantastic show and very well suited to a 360 degree audience
Charlotte Lipsius3rd November
Gripping, intense, very cleverly done. couldn’t believe an hour had passed so quickly. Excellent
Alexander Creed2nd November
Mike Dale1st November
Quite intense, slightly disturbing however no full closure,.....what ever happened to Martha?
Mrs M A Spencer31st October
I felt a mixture of emotions after seeing the play - it was strange to be laughing one minute and horrified the next. I can’t believe that someone could unpick someone’s life to the point of such devastation. Brilliant narration and use of effects. Stunning and sober stuff.
Sarah Sculpher29th October
Something different. I liked the intimacy of the space and how engaged you became. An interesting concept and executed well.
This was a really good show in a lovely theatre. The performance was amazing and the staff at the theatre were really nice and helpful.
Sheila Finan28th October
Lovely theatre and staff. Show excellent
Fantastic production and intense performance.
Alexandra Holding27th October
I enjoyed this performance although it was loud and very disturbing. Well done to Richard Gadd for bringing to light a horrific experience that many people today are caught up in. I was impressed by the studio theatre. A good view from all seats.