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Dead Funny at the Vaudeville Theatre this autumn with a stellar cast!
Warning: Please note this show contains scenes of strong sexual nature and is not suitable for children under 15 years of age.
**** EVENING STANDARD
“Roar with laughter and feel a lump in the throat” THE GUARDIAN
“Hilariously funny” THE GUARDIAN
“Funny and painful – sometimes both at once” DAILY TELEGRAPH
“Perfectly crafted” DAILY TELEGRAPH
“A Very good comedy” STANDARD
“Shrewd and Funny, a modern classic” INDEPENDENT
“Delicately combines laughter and tears. Dead Impressive” INDEPENDENT
The story is simple. Eleanor wants a child. Richard would... if he could, but he seems too busy running the Dead Funny Society.
When British comedy heroes Frankie Howerd and Benny Hill turn up their toes in the same week, the society get together for a celebration of hilarity and laughter. But Eleanor’s grin masks a grimace...
When your marriage is deader than either Morecambe or Wise it's hard to see the funny side of things.
Terry Johnson’s “Painfully funny and funnily painful” (The Times) comedy, Dead Funny returns for a strictly limited season with Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, In The Club, Humans), Steve Pemberton (The League of Gentleman, Benidorm, Whitechapel), Ralf Little (The Royle Family, Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, The Cafe), Emily Berrington (The Inbetweeners 2, Humans, 24) and Rufus Jones (W1A, Hunderby, The Casual Vacancy).
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Running time2 hours 20 min with one interval
Performance dates3 November 2016 - 4 February 2017.
ContentContains nudity and strong scenes of a sexual nature. Contains strong language.
Venue InformationVaudeville Theatre404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH
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Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Dead Funny in 250 words
Dead Funny is just what it says on the tin - comedy at its best. Five characters – two hopeless couples and their friend – attempt to navigate through the death of comedians, disastrous sex lives, and the politics of a comedy appreciation club. Sound random? Well, it is a little ..
15 Nov, 2016 | By Harriet Wilson