Adam Kay’s Smutty Christmas Songs

Address:
Bloomsbury Theatre, 15 Gordon Street, Bloomsbury, London
Tel:
0203 108 1000

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
7th December 2019
7 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£25, from thebloomsbury.com

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Forget angels and the birth of our beloved Lord Jesus Christ. What you need this Christmas is a bit of festive filth and some smutty seasonal songs by Adam Kay -- the perfect antidote to the pantomime horrors going on everywhere else in London.

Mail On Sunday★★★★★ – "Blissfully brilliant" The Guardian★★★★ – "Electrifying" Daily Telegraph★★★★ – "Never less than utterly clever"

 

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