Barry Humphries's Farewell Tour – Eat, Pray, Laugh


West End

London Palladium

Until Sun Jan 5

  • © Alastair Muir

  • © Alastair Muir

  • © Alastair Muir

© Alastair Muir

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we saw the show in Southampton and it was bloody funny still cant stop laughing les Patterson was so funny we will never forget and dame edna was edna we are privileged to have been in the audience for the best time we have ever had thank you barry lv

Lucy Short

Bought tickets that should have given total view of the stage but in actuality we could only visualise three-quarters of the stage and considering that, all action taking place stage right was out of view (barbecue). However Lez Patterson piece was excellent . However the first half was spoiled by the section on the ghost of Stone piece as this was incongruous for the type of show we expected to see and was not funny at all. Everyone we spoke to agreed that this character spoilt the evening's entertainment. The second half, given over to Dame Edna was fantastic, clever and witty as only Barry can do. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Elaine Smallwood

I went to see this show and was absolutely disgusted by Barry Humphies behaviour, spitting into the audience in my opinion was vile and then the dribble into his burger mix was having me heaving. I cannot understand that this was supposed to be funny. Outside of that, nothing he said was funny. I am finding it hard to believe that he was allowed to do this show in such a pallatial theatre. It was overall lower that toilet humour. I did not need to go the theatre to hear him farting away and then listen to what was supposed to be him in the toilet with diarrhea, I did not stay to see the second half of this show. I had lost interest within the first fifteen minutes, however, stuck it out until the end of the first half, it was painful. I just saw an old man who should have given this up some 10 years ago.