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Eat Pray Laugh! Barry Humphries' Farewell Show Tickets

London Palladium, London
Dame Edna takes her final bow at the London Palladium

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Global star and legendary entertainer Barry Humphries, whose creations include iconic Australian housewife Dame Edna Everage and the exuberant cultural attaché, Sir Les Patterson, takes his final bow across the UK with his acclaimed farewell tour, EAT, PRAY, LAUGH! 

Barry Humphries has already bid farewell to audiences in Australia and New Zealand, receiving rapturous standing ovations and reviews, with further performances added across the tour, such was the demand. 

EAT, PRAY, LAUGH! will gives audiences around the country a final chance to see Humphries - one of the world's sharpest wits and finest comic talents, and a gigastar of stage and TV over the last 50 years - as well as allow the maestro to thank his many fans. 

★★★★★ ‘Wit, mischief and bravura showmanship’ The Sunday Telegraph 

★★★★★‘Dame Edna blasts us into total submission’ Daily Express

★★★★★ ‘One of the greatest satirists of our age’ Metro

★★★★★‘Even after 50 years there is still nothing like this Dame’ Magic FM 

★★★★ ‘The satirist is bowing out at the top of his game’ The Times 

★★★★ ‘If you are going to hang up your frock this is a pretty good way to bow out’ Evening Standard

★★★★  ‘An extraordinary performer’ Guardian  

Act One of EAT, PRAY, LAUGH! features gentle, grandfatherly Sandy Stone, perhaps Humphries' greatest creation, and the outrageous Les Patterson - according to Dame Edna "this is just a bit of foreplay really before I make an orgasmic appearance in Act Two!" 

Surrounded by spectacular sets and gorgeous and talented dancers, Dame Edna promises to 'empower' her audiences with what she describes as 'a meditation on loss, gender, climate change, gay marriage and ethnicity'.


Additional Information

Running time

2h20min. Performance times; Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm, Saturday at 2.30pm and Sunday at 3pm

Performance dates

13 November 2013 until 5 January 2014

Special notes

Age Recommendation Suitable for ages 12+

Venue Information

London Palladium8 Argyll Street, London, W1F 7TF