Age Restriction: 16+ due to explicit language
Audiences at the Vaudeville Theatre will be treated to the latest show from well known comedian David Baddiel this September as the comic brings My Family: Not The Sitcom to the West End, fresh from its run at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
Many will know Baddiel for his television work, which includes sitcoms, entertainment programmes and more, and as such he has a lot of fans around the UK who will be eager to see his latest live performance in the capital. He follows in the footsteps of names like Ruby Wax, fellow comics who have also brought shows to the Menier Chocolate Factory and then the West End as well.
In My Family: Not The Sitcom, we delve into the weird and wonderful life of his parents. His father is elderly and struggling with dementia, whilst his mother has passed away, and through the show he look at their lives in a way that only Baddiel can manage. Instead of merely looking at the pleasant and respectful stories of their lives, he looks into the weirder aspects, creating something will be both thought provoking and funny.
David Baddiel is perhaps best known for his work with Rob Newman and Frank Skinner. With the former he appeared in Newman And Baddiel In Pieces whilst with the latter he appeared in Baddiel And Skinner Unplanned. But these are just some of the various projects upon which he has embarked during a successful career. After all, who could forgot the other project that saw him team up with Frank Skinner? For the Euro 1996 Football Championships they released the now-iconic song Three Lions and created what has become a football anthem even for the current generations.
And now he heads to the West End to bring My Family: Not The Sitcom to the Vaudeville Theatre. The production opens this September.
|Booking From:||Saturday, 15th October 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 15th October 2016|
|Running Time:||1 hour 50 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||16+ due to explicit language|
|Sat:||3.30pm and 7.30pm|
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