|Booking From:||Saturday, 30th April 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 30th April 2016|
|Important Info:||Ticket purchases will be limited to a maxium of six tickets per person across all performances. Tickets will be dispatched 2 weeks prior to the performance. Audio Described Performance - Tuesday 29 March 2016 7.30pm Captioned Performance - Tuesday 22 March 2016 7.30pm|
I don't really know where to begin, other than to advise any would-be theatregoers to avoid this shambolic production like the plague. Imagine all the outdatedness of the Carry On franchise, combined with cheap, slapstick humour and the racist undertones of a Jim Davidson gig - and you have yourself the tripe that is ironically named, The Painkiller; the namesake of which you'll be begging for in vast quantities after only 10 minutes of this punishment. Then again, if you're over 50 and vote UKIP, you'll probably like it.
Had a wonderful afternoon yesterday and haven't laughed so much in ages. Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon were fantastically funny and the physical comedy was hysterical. I am seriously considering booking again!!
A brilliant play or, rather, clever farce with great actors enjoying physical comedy. Lots of language fireworks and clever use of props
Saw the play last Wednesday. Absolutely brilliant, so funny and perfectly executed. Great to see these two actors together and with Kenneth Branagh playing a very different role to a more classical part.....and I love Rob Brydon, excellent in everything he does.
There should be more toilet facilities, as people all around us were weeing themselves with laughter. Sir Brian Rix would have endorsed the on stage performance from every member of the cast.
Brilliant!!! Had tears rolling down my cheeks most of the show. Couldn't have asked for a more entertaining evening!
Dismal - fine acting talent wasted in an over contrived play.
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