As the play celebrates its second anniversary, The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’s continued popularity simply proves that everyone loves a good dose of comedy.
It’s easy to think you’re not educated enough about the situation in the Middle East to be able to join in conversations like these, but there is very little about Mark Thomas’ show Showtime from the Frontline that feels ostracising. It’s about unity in the face of adversity, but mostly it’s about having a bloody good laugh.
How much does new Edwardian spoof comedy Cream Tea and Incest, with its aristo Eddie Spangler and his servant Jeffrey, owe to PG Wodehouse’s Jeeves and Wooster? Writer and star Benjamin Alborough answers our questions on the script and the 2.5 dimensional set. Have a read – and then get booking for the Edinburgh Fringe hit coming to London’s Hope Theatre next week!
Got your tickets yet for Cream Tea and Incest? This spoof Edwardian comedy – billed as “The Play That Goes Wrong meets Jeeves and Wooster meets Diary of a Nobody… with a little bit of American Psycho thrown in for good measure” – comes to London’s Hope Theatre in April after a sell-out run at last year’s Edinburgh Fringe. The four-strong cast are clearly a hoot in rehearsals. Check out our gallery below – and then get booking!