25 Oct 2020
Following the announcement that London will be moving into a Tier 2 lockdown we are reviewing how we can host this event. If you have already bought a ticket for this show we will be in touch with all the information you will need. If you have any queries in the meantime please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Featuring a cast of the finest classically trained actors, the choicest cuts of Shakespearian classics and more inebriated antics than you can shake a weather-beaten bull’s pizzle at, Sh!t-facedShakespeare is the unique theatrical experience that has left audiences roaring in the aisles the world over.
Each night one lucky actor is selected and carefully intoxicated for up to 4 hours prior to show time.The remaining sober cast members are then tasked with negotiating the play around whatever furious nonsense emerges from their drunken co-star. These Fringe legends have toured the world, broken America, established themselves on London’s West End, won numerous awards and best of all survived a zero-star review in The Times.
Warning: Featuring foul language, outrageous behaviour, terrible singing, rapidly expelled bodily fluids and dangerous swordplay, Shakespeare has long been considered ‘cultural’.
Age restriction: 18+ only
Table allocations: Tables will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis within the section booked, arrive early to secure the best positions
Show times: Doors open at 6.30pm and shows will start at around 8pm. If you arrive later than 8pm you will still be admitted, though please arrive early to secure the best tables in your section
General Live at Ally Pally FAQs, including our Covid-19 safety measures, can be viewed here.
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