Tag Archives: Comedy

Lovely Jubbly – Only Fools The (cushty) Dining Experience

It’s the show every British fan has been waiting for Only Fools The (cushty) Dining Experience and it’s brought to you by the people behind the worldwide smash hit Faulty Towers The Dining Experience.

This fully immersive experience Only Fools The (cushty) Dining Experience is a tribute to the BBC’s Only Fools & Horses TV series. The show transports audiences to The Nags Head, to wheel, deal, participate in a quiz and dine on a 3-course meal.

The fun starts from the moment you walk into the Nags Head to play a quiz which Del Boy has been left in charge of. Meanwhile, they try to drum up some cash and try to make a cheeky saving on the side as Del has debts to be paid!

It is a cushty night out with some proper 80’s pub grub, “Lovely Jubbly”.

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RSVP – The Wedding Reception by Interactive Theatre International

I was cordially invited to Kate and Will’s The Wedding Reception by the Interactive Theatre International which was held at 4* Kingsway Hall Hotel in London.

The Wedding Reception by the Interactive Theatre International 

Interactive Theatre International brings to London The Wedding Reception. This is a hilarious immersive highly interactive show which has 5* reviews from around the world.

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Saucy musical fun – Miss Nightingale

Matthew Bugg’s wartime musical Miss Nightingale is a musical play that is set in London, 1942.  The whole set which never changes is set up as an underground cabaret club that is up and running during the war-torn city with bombs being dropped in and around London and with many blackouts. Theatre was a very important part of London life during the war as a way to escape.

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Comedy baby yeah – Chris Ramsey

Chris Ramsey came and performed at the Leicester Square London and he was highly amusing.  However he did refer a lot of jokes about his baby so always using his baby as comical material. This is why I titled my review ‘Comedy baby yeah’ .  So even though his comedy was based mostly on his baby and other family members he really was funny.  I especially liked the part where he was talking about his baby’s pooh situation and cream carpet moment.  Chris really did rock the Leicester Square London theatre stage with his humour and he did not need any tricks or props to make him more entertaining.  I personally think Chris is a very much up and coming rising modern comedian and I think he has what is takes to be as big as some of the older comedians that have been around for decades. I think also what makes Chris so appealing is that he is a genuine nice man.

I managed to get a photo with him afterwards as well and he was really nice. Plus love his comical pose with me.

To find out more about Chris Ramsey and keep up to date with his latest shows click here.

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