Mark Rylance is at it again, with theatre-goers flocking to buy tickets to his latest West End show Nice Fish. The ever-popular British actor will share a stage with American comedy actor Jim Lichtscheidl. Mark Rylance adapted the play with Louis Jenkins, who wrote the book by the same name. This hilarious high-profile production is set on a frozen lake in Minnesota, where two men search for fish as well as the answers to life's bigger questions.
David Baddiel: My Family Not The Sitcom
David Baddiel brings his new show My Family - Not The Sitcom to the Vaudeville Theatre, having received rave reviews after its premiere at the Menier Chocolate Factory. This laughably inappropriate show makes light of Baddiel's deceased mother and dementia-suffering father, whilst exploring other risqué themes like infidelity and moral policing on social media. If you like an edgy comedy then this is a fantastic show that is guaranteed to make you LOL.
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