Dead Funny
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Dead Funny

Dead Funny Tickets

Vaudeville Theatre, London, WC2R 0NH
4.6 out of 5, based on 96 ratings and 96 reviews.
  • Terry Johnson's 'painfully funny and funnily painful' (The Times) comedy, Dead Funny returns for a strictly limited season at the Vaudeville Theatre.

    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... 

    The cast includes Katherine Parkinson (The IT Crowd, In The Club, Humans), Steve Pemberton (The League of Gentlemen, 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).

    At the Vaudeville Theatre until 4th February 2017, book your Dead Funny tickets today!

    *Please note:
    Age recommendation 15+. Contains nudity and scenes of a sexual nature.

    This venue does not supply childrens booster cushions. Please consider this when preparing for your theatre experience with small children at this venue.

  • Vaudeville Theatre

    404 Strand,
    WC2R 0NH

  • Full Seating Plan
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    4 stars


    4 stars
    'Hilariously funny... roar with laughter and feel a lump in the throat.'


    4 stars
    'Funny and painful - sometimes both at once... Perfectly crafted.'


    4 stars
    'An evening of exquisitely agonising, embarrassing beauty.'


    4 stars
    'Just the thing to cheer us up as the nights get colder... A very good comedy.'


    4 stars
    'Shrewd and Funny, a modern classic... Delicately combines laughter and tears. Dead Impressive.'