This performance will still be taking place on Friday 4 December 2020 at The McMillan Theatre, however following the current advice given by HM Government and Public Health England and social distancing guidelines there will now be two performances, one at 6.45pm and one at 8.45pm, and each performance will have a socially distanced audience seating plan with a substantially reduced seating capacity. To accommodate the additional performance the running time of the show will be reduced to 60 minutes with no interval. This will also allow sufficient time between the two performances for mist cleaning of the auditorium and touch points in the theatre.
We have contacted all customers who have tickets booked for this event with futher information about reallocation of tickets to socially distanced seating at one of the above performance times. Please be aware however, that our seating capacity will be substantially reduced and although we will try to accommodate as many customers as possible the theatre reserves the right to make changes to your booking to conform to current COVID-19 safety requirements.
Comedian, impressionist and star of BBC Radio 4’s Dead Ringer’s Jon Culshaw, accompanied by legendary comedy producer and author Bill Dare, takes to the road for a new run of their acclaimed show, following sell out runs at the Edinburgh Festival and across the UK.
Join us for an evening of unscripted, spontaneous comedy and conversation as politicians, sports personalities and celebrities are all up for a roasting. Jon reveals the secrets of mimicry, and together with Bill he also reveals some of the mishaps and mayhem of life behind the scenes in television and on the celebrity circuit. The Great British Take Off is topical, satirical, anecdotal and highly entertaining; it's never the same show twice.