Surreal escapism from the musical twosome.
Ever lost a partner AND a podcast?
Walthamstow Granada to become comedy club.
Johannesburg comedian cracks up Soho.
Wry, hilarious and subversive.
There will be butts.
Funniest? Johnson and Farage, of course.
Everyone is laughing yet no one really knows what’s happening.
Step aside Johnny English.
A Tony Law unto himself
Turning lofty ideas into relevant ones.
A comedy star of the future.
Music and storytelling wed perfectly
A critical view on how far LGBT+ rights have come.
Dylan Coburn Gray’s writing is fluid as the Liffey.
Sad you didn't get tickets? It'll pass.
Tickets will be hotter than a priest commanding you to 'kneel'.
Witty jokes that are right on the mark.
He's spent the last 25 years well.
Do Norris and Parker only come out at night?
Big punchlines, tight pacing and some brutal takedowns of minor celebrities.
A show which lacks cohesion.
Soho Theatre should post out a couple of tickets to Number 10.
A quick strum on a ukulele, a bit of anxious dancing and a lot of Beyoncé talk.
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