Adam Kay - Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas

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Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat… but 1.4 million NHS staff are heading off to work. Following the million-selling success of This Is Going To Hurt, Adam Kay delves back into his diaries for a hilarious peek behind the blue curtain at Christmastime at the Palace Theatre.

ADAM KAY: TWAS THE NIGHTSHIFT BEFORE CHRISTMAS is a love letter to all those who spend their festive season on the front line, removing babies and baubles from the various places they get stuck, at the most wonderful time of the year. This heartwarming and hilarious live show mixes highlights from the book with Kay’s award-winning stand-up comedy and exclusive new content.

Book your ADAM KAY: TWAS THE NIGHTSHIFT BEFORE CHRISTMAS theatre tickets with LOVEtheatre today!

To assist with test and trace the venue are introducing an airline-style check-in.

  • 48 hours before your performance you will receive a pre-visit email with a check-in link from Nimax Theatres
  • You will be required to confirm that members of your party do not have Covid-19 symptoms – if you cannot confirm this you will be given details on how to exchange (this must be completed no later than 10am on the morning of your performance).
  • Email address – this will be used to communicate pre-show procedures to you, assist with test and trace and provide e-tickets on completion of check-in.
  • The venue will only accept E-ticket for admittance
  • Nimax Theatres will provide you with a contactless e-tickets upon completion of “check-in”.
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Booking Period

From 21 Dec 2020 - 3 Jan 2021

Weekly Performances

Sunday 8:00PM
Monday 8:00PM
Tuesday 8:00PM
Wednesday 8:00PM
Thursday 5:00PM
Saturday 8:00PM

Venue Information

Palace Theatre

113 Shaftesbury Ave, Soho, London WC2H 8EG

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Nearest Tube/Rail Station

Leicester Square or Tottenham Court Road

Buses

14, 19, 22, 24, 38, 40, 176

Nearest Car Parks

Cambridge Circus and Upper St Martin's Lane

Reviews

Mail on Sunday

'Blissfully brilliant'

Guardian

'Electrifying'

Charlie Brooker

'Hilarious and heartbreaking'

Stephen Fry

'This made me very, very happy'

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