This comedy play/Titanic spoof returns to the Leicester Square Theatre. Written by the Clarkson twins and Gemma Hurley, 'Death Ship 666' is about an ill-fated ship headed to the Bermuda Triangle… what could go wrong?
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Went to this show just before xmas at the Jermyn Street Theatre, was hilarious- hard hitting, rapid jokes with intermittent silliness, only complaint was I found it hard to hear in that little theatre. Word on the street is the acoustics and extra space at the larger theatre on Leicester Square make it even better. Hope to see it again in February!
This show is full of feel-good fun and a great way to get in the mood for Christmas.the actors are amazingly multi-talented and full of zany energy. Check out the song and dance numbers - wow!The writing is as sharp as a knife too. Lets have more from thisgreat writing trio!
Got my ticket to November date as soon as I saw this. Will probably go again in January... and February... I went twice in Edinburgh, but had to cue three times (was turned away due to popularity)!
I came to see this show at Edinburgh Festival - they were on the free fringe yet we had to book the tickets in advance to get in the door - the queue went outside the building - didn't want to be one of the people turned away again! Go and see this show!
"BEARS - THOUSANDS OF THEM" - so happy these guys are coming to London! Can't wait to see what they've done to the show since Edinburgh
These guys really deserve the west end transfer. One of the best things I saw at Edinburgh Festival this year, people that talented shouldn't be so attractive - there's nothing left for the rest of us.
I was crying with laughter at the Les Mis parody moment! Can't wait to see this in London. I'm going to drag all my mates on board!
So glad this show has transferred to London. Was a completely sold out show at Edinburgh Festival, we couldn't get in
I saw this show in Edinburgh 4 times and can't wait to see it again in London! This really is one of the funniest things I've ever seen on stage. Can't wait.