Eat, Pray, Laugh! Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour
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Eat, Pray, Laugh! Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour Tickets

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  • Barry Humphries, whose alter egos include inebriated cultural attaché, the Honourable Sir Les Patterson, the grandfatherly Sandy Stone, and Moonee Ponds' legendary housewife, Dame Edna Everage, brings his farewell tour to the West End!

    During the all-singing, all-dancing spectacular, Dame Edna promises to 'empower' audiences as she meditates on the big issues. While Act One of EAT PRAY LAUGH! features Humphries with his friends Sir Les and Sandy Stone, this really serves as 'just a bit of foreplay' before making an 'orgasmic appearance in Act Two.'

    BARRY HUMPHRIES: EAT PRAY LAUGH! comes to the world famous London Palladium, having taken Australia and New Zealand by storm, receiving rapturous standing ovations and reviews. This brand new show is directed by distinguished multi-award winning director Simon Phillips – director of the original Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

    Running until 5 January 2014, don't miss the grande dame's final turn on the London stage - BARRY HUMPHRIES: EAT PRAY LAUGH! tickets today!

    *Please note: recommended for ages 12 and over.

    Due to the Royal Variety Performance, BARRY HUMPHRIES: EAT PRAY LAUGH! will not be performing 21-24 Nov 2013.

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    W1V 1AD

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    ‘It’s the end of an era as Barry Humphries bids farewell’ Dominic Cavendish
    ‘Wit, mischief and bravura showmanship’ Dominic Cavendish
    ‘Uproarious… unalloyed comic pleasure’ Dominic Cavendish


    THE DAILY EXPRESS


    ‘Dame Edna blasts us into total submission’ Neil Norman


    METRO


    ‘My God, you’ll laugh… One of the greatest satirists of our age’ Sharon Lougher
    ‘Dame Edna rules the roost, her lines sparkling as much as her sequins… Razor-sharp banter’ Sharon Lougher


    THE TIMES


    ‘We are going to miss this daft old lady… Dame Edna continues to sweep all before her’ Clive Davis
    ‘The satirist is bowing out at the top of his game… Knockabout musical climax’ Clive Davis
    ‘Sir Les Patterson, farting and spluttering through a hilarious celebrity chef routine is even more monstrous than ever’ Clive Davis


    EVENING STANDARD


    ‘If you are going to hang up your frock this is a pretty good way to bow out’ Bruce Dessau
    ‘Dazzling farewell show… There really is nothing like this dame’ Bruce Dessau
    ‘Hilariously squirm inducing comedy’ Bruce Dessau


    THE GUARDIAN


    ‘An extraordinary performer… Dame Edna's creator pushes the boundaries in this raucous show that confirms just what a rare bird he is’ Michael Billington
    ‘A fine character actor and a social satirist with a gift for outrage’ Michael Billington


    THE ARTS DESK


    ‘Killingly funny’ David Nice


    THEATRECAT

    ‘A coup de theatre’ Libby Purves

    ‘Barry Humphries walks on as himself, to say goodbye. We stay on our feet in something close to awe’ Libby Purves



    THE STAGE

    ‘National treasure’ Liz Aratoon

    ‘She looks as glamorous as ever. Edna has lost none of her bite’ Liz Aratoon

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