With a delighted London audience of over 10,000 in 2019, the show will continue to entertain across a further 30 dates at the Fortune Theatre, beginning on 24th February 2020 and concluding on 27th July 2020. Tickets are now on sale and available from www.atgtickets.com.
Due to popularity, the Fortune Theatre has added additional Sunday performances throughout June and July – these Summer Sundays will be (though we say it ourselves) the perfect addition to any sunny afternoon, with tickets for a special performance on Mothering Sunday (22nd March). The perfect gift for a family day out to celebrate, perhaps?
And don’t forget to pick up your very own Austentatious Loyalty Card – see the show four times and your fifth time is free!
We can’t wait to return to our London home for another season of absurd Regency adventures featuring wilful heroines, haughty gentlemen, wayward vicars, and even more universally acknowledged truths. Prepare your carriages!
We were delighted to be visited by Deborah Frances-White of The Guilty Feminist podcast, who chaired a post-show panel with the cast on Jane Austen and feminism after one of our recent West End shows at The Fortune Theatre. If you didn’t make it on the day, then why not catch up with the video of the talk below!
Keep your eyes peeled for more upcoming post show talks – tickets for our West End run are available here!
Following a season of smash-hit performances during 2018, we are delighted to mark the 243rd anniversary of Austen’s birth (on 16 December 1775) by announcing that we will begin a Monday night residency at the Fortune Theatre, London from 18 February 2019.
Tickets are ON SALE NOW, giving you enough time to secure a last-minute Christmas present for the Austen/comedy/getting-out-of-the-house lover in your life.
What’s more, a new loyalty card is also being introduced offering you a fifth performance for free once you’ve attended four performances at the Fortune Theatre. It is entirely different every time after all, so why not start every week with a dose of the best medicine!
We do so hope to see you there – maybe we don’t hate Mondays after all…
Studious cavalier Mr Andrew Hunter Murray is preparing to tour the country with his delightful podcast No Such Thing As A Fish, and he and his well-read colleagues have just published their latest book, the all-encompassing mirth-bible The Book of the Year 2018.
Miss Charlotte Gittins is fleeing the country to improvise in French at a big impro festival on the French island of Réunion in the Indian Ocean; which may be the biggest threat to international relations since Napoleon. She is also delighted to be working on a documentary series with Jeff Goldblum, a gentleman of no little renown.
Mr Graham Dickson has just released a new short film, Down From London. He continues to perform and teach at The Free Association and is busy overseeing the theatre’s move to a brand new venue in 2019, which is quite the talk of high society. He will also be performing his most recent solo show, Timber, at Soho Theatre in Spring 2019.
In quite sensational news Miss Cariad’s Lloyd’s acclaimed Griefcast won a most prestigious ARIA for Best Podcast. What’s more, she’s just finished filming Lee & Dean for Channel 4, and the panto she has co-written – Dick Whittington – is now on at the Lyric Hammersmith (oh yes it is!).
Mr Daniel Nils Roberts launched his humorous short documentary about the Victorian theatre architect Frank Matcham Bombastic Rubbish with an event at the Hippodrome, and has skewered Scandinavia in another short film about the mysterious Jante Law for BBC Ideas. He’s also all a-fluster preparing to perform his new solo show The History of the World in 1 Hour in Australia. Who ever heard of blazing sun in February?!
Miss Rachel Parris can shortly be found doing a Christmas Show called There Will Be Christmas Cake, at the Omnibus in Clapham, from 18-23 December, and her glittering performance on Live At The Apollo recently aired, and is now a must-watch on the iPlayer.
Some say Joseph Morpurgo can be seen wandering the North Downs at night, a wraith-like figure wreathed in mist, incandescent eyes blazing through the gloaming, and a primal howl falling from his foaming jowls. He may just be enjoying the festive season at home though.