The Boy with Tape on his Face is TAPE FACE Comedy

The Boy with Tape on his Face is TAPE FACE

  • Start date

    Monday 21 November 2016

  • End date

    Tuesday 22 November 2016

  • venue

    The Lemon Tree

  • time

    Starts 8pm | Finish 10.10pm

  • age


  • price

    ★£17.60 inc. bf | Concessions

  • genre


Please note - these dates have been rescheduled

Kilimanjaro and Gag Reflex present

The show the world can’t stop talking about. This is stand-up comedy with no talking, drama with no acting and punch lines with no words.

The artist formerly known as The Boy with Tape on His Face brings you a multi-award winning, multi-hyphenate spectacle that needs to be seen to be believed. Join TAPE FACE as he conjures uproarious and moving tableaux using only the most everyday of objects and the most popular of songs.    

Think you’ve seen TAPE FACE? Think again. This year promises to be a bigger, brighter and more spectacular re-imagining of his unique and special brand of silent comedy. This truly is comedy made for everyone, be prepared to get involved and enraptured as you step inside a comedy world unlike any other. Visually stunning, heart-stopping, and hilarious - you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and when it’s all over you’ll be completely lost for words.

Total sell-out at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for four years in a row, four sold-out UK tours, a smash hit run in London’s West End, a critically acclaimed marvel around the world (New Zealand, Australia, Sweden, South Africa…). As Seen On: The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), Live @ The Fringe (BBC), The Comedy Prom (BBC2) with Tim Minchin and The John Bishop Show (BBC1).

“A truly magical experience” ★★★★★ Chortle

“Has to be seen to be believed” ★★★★★ Adelaide Advertiser

“Endlessly inventive, hysterically funny” ★★★★★ Time Out

“This Boy is going places” ★★★★★ The Times

“Wills is a slapstick virtuoso” ★★★★★ The List

“A show that's a delight from start to finish, that can be enjoyed by absolutely everybody” ★★★★★ The Scotsman

“As timeless as it is wordless, as disarming as it is funny” ★★★★ The Guardian

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