Chasing Bono Tickets
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Tickets for Chasing Bono in London’s Soho Theatre are expected to sell out quickly so grab them while you can!
This new comedy based on Neil McCormick’s ‘I Was Bono’s Doppelganger’ is written by comedy duo Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais the brains behind such television smash hits as Porridge and The Likely Lads.
It’s Dublin in the 1970s, Neil McCormick and Paul Hewson are friends with the same dream- to start bands and become megastars. Paul became Bono and his band U2, well, you know. Neil’s band never quite got off the ground. Fast forward to 1987- Neil’s become a writer but he’s not happy about it. He’s thinking of ending it all. Meanwhile, Danny Machin, a Dublin gangster, is determined to see a fair account of his life written up. He kidnaps Neil who becomes Danny’s reluctant biographer. He didn’t quite expect to become Neil’s therapist though.
Chasing Bono tickets are now available for the limited run at London’s Soho Theatre.
Catherine 20th January
Chasing Bono was fabulous! An absolutely hilarious and poignant show from start to finish which we would love to see again!
PHILIPPA Buckley20th January
Really enjoyed the performance and the intimate nature of the sho theatre.
Angela Beerman20th January
Excellent performance enjoyed the humour
Ruth Twells20th January
Brilliant, hilariously moving performance in a very atmospheric venue. Bought it for my husband who said it was one of the best show he's been to
Elizabeth Harrison 19th January
Funniest night out I e had in years.
Philip Smith19th January
A fantastic story, well-written, humorous, about the real-life gap between ambition and reality. Some of the acting let down the script on one or two occasions, i.e. forgotten lines?
amadea west18th January
Loved the show. Funny entertaining and heartwarming.
Frank Gollogly14th January
'Chasing Bono is a great show, comical and enlightening at the same time!
Sue Davis13th January
Unusual subject matter told cleverly in an amusing way. Very good performances by the lead actors and inventive use of the small stage area
Freddie Duff12th January
I thought it was a great show! Loved the characters and the humour. Great night. Thank you!
Arthur Lester11th January
Surprisingly good music, fine acting. Interesting set. Denis Conway acted a blinder.
Nicholas Ordsmith6th January
Amazing story. Very funny and extremely well acted. Great theatre with very intimate set. We were on the front row and our feet were on the stage.