Being Tommy Cooper, nominated for four ‘Off West End’ awards including ‘Best Production’ and ‘Best New Writing’, revives television’s most loved comedy genius live in Peterborough for two nights only.
Catch this great show at the Key Theatre on Thursday May 23 and Friday 24 May.
Powerful, provocative, painfully funny and true, Green’s astonishing play finds both the brilliance in Britain’s most famous comic and explores the pressures and loneliness of fame. The man who could make you laugh just by walking on to stage comes vividly alive in this confrontational new play.
Already rated ***** and nominated for four Off West End Awards, this production looks at the life of the infamous stand-up comic, whose gags dominated a recent survey carried out by The Telegraph on the Top 50 best jokes of all time.
So if you’re a fan of laughter, one liners, and the occasional fez give this exciting new play a go – with tickets starting at just £12 and only two shows to choose from they’re bound to go quickly!
The show’s on nightly at 7.30pm, with 2.30pm matinees on Wednesday and Saturday.
Tickets: £14 (£12 concessions).
Box Office: 01733 207239 or book online and watch the trailer at www.vivacity-peterborough.com