So was it Dead Funny?

Dead Funny is playing at the Vaudeville Theatre and currently booking until February 4th 2017

We recently teamed up with the lovely guys at StagedoorApp to have our largest theatrebloggers trip to the theatre to date. Over a dozen bloggers and their guests took a trip to The Vaudeville Theatre to watch Terry Johnson play Dead Funny.

Eleanor wants a child. Richard would oblige if he could, but he’s too busy running the Dead Funny Society.

When British comedy heroes Frankie Howerd and Benny Hill turn up their toes in the same week the society gather for a celebration of hilarity and laughter. But Eleanor’s grin masks a grimace.

When your marriage is deader than either Morecambe or Wise it’s hard to see the funny side of things.

Terry Johnson’s “Painfully funny and funnily painful” (The Times) comedy, Dead Funny returns for a strictly limited season with Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, In The Club, Humans), Steve Pemberton (The League of Gentleman, Benidorm, Whitechapel), Ralf Little (The Royle Family, Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, The Cafe), Emily Berrington (The Inbetweeners 2, Humans, 24) and Rufus Jones (W1A, Hunderby, The Casual Vacancy).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jWLhj6QXmg

As always our bloggers have their own styles and their own voices, so it is not suprising that between us, we have very different opinions as well.

Settle down with a cup of tea (or a glass of vino) and read what our bloggers had to say. While you are at it why not download StagedoorApp to follow directors, writers, cast and venues, so you know what’s on and get personalised recommendations sent straight to your phone.

What our bloggers had to say

My Stage is the World
Viki Bell
I’m being Erica
The Bardette
Love London Love Culture
Thrifty Theatre
Mind the Blog
A Blog of Theatre Things
Scatter of Opinion
The Play’s The Thing
Carn’s Theatre Passion
Lively Curiousity

One Day Perhaps I’ll Know

Theatre South East

A View from the Balcony

The Mortal Fool

Ought To Be Clowns

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