Marcus Brigstocke is promising no less than the total restructuring of every aspect of life in Britain, organised through the medium of jokes. How can you miss that?
The Leicester Square Theatre seats around 420 people, and can be found down one of the roads leading off from Leicester Square. It is a relatively young theatre, and incorporates a small cabarat space for up-and-coming acts.
londonlover – “ive only ever been to the small basement theatre bit, i believe there's a far bigger stage upstairs. but the bit i went to was probably big enough for about 100 people. it was quite nice and intimate. i always prefer seeing co… more”
If you like this, here are some more Marcus Brigstocke comedy gigs in London…
Marcus Brigstocke at Bloomsbury Theatre – 5th June 2013 Some of Britian’s top comedians are coming together at the Bloomsbury Theatre in support of the mental health charity ‘Mind’. “Laugh Till It Hurts” will feature Marcus Brigstocke, Danny Bhoy, Matt Richardson, Brendon Burns and Tony Law. The night will be compered by John Moloney.
Marcus Brigstocke at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre – 9th June 2013 Taking a break from their weekly appearance at the Comedy Store, the Comedy Store Players will be performing one night of hilarious comedy improvisation at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Comedians on the bill include Niall Ashdown, Marcus Brigstocke, Neil Mullarkey, Lee Simpson, Andy Smart and Richard Vranch.
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