Shows at London theatres


London Fringe - Black comedy


We have 9 shows listed.

A Bench at the Edge

Upcoming

Black comedy

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In the style of Theatre of the Absurd, two strangers meet on a bench at the edge of an abyss and contemplate their chosen paths. Is there life beyond the void? What is drawing them closer and closer to the edge? Will they take the 'heroic dive'?


EUROHOUSE

Upcoming

Black comedy

Battersea Arts Centre
Two performers - one Greek, one French - dance and shout, cry and sing, agree and disagree, about life in the Eurohouse. A darkly comic look at the EU's founding ideals and what got lost along the way.


Fiji

Upcoming

Black comedy

Tristan Bates Theatre
A dark comedy about a relationship that is gorgeous and gruesome in equal measure, and a love not defined by sex or blood ... so to speak.


Mites

Upcoming

Black comedy

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A sinister exploration of the manipulation that lies beneath relationships, in particular of those who are mentally vulnerable in society.


On McQuillan's Hill

Upcoming

Black comedy

Finborough Theatre
Rural Northern Ireland, 1999. Fra Maline, proud IRA man, returns home - released early from prison under the Good Friday Agreement - and to celebrate his daughter throws a welcome home celebration at the local community hall on McQuillan's Hill.


Penetrator

Upcoming

Black comedy

The Lion & Unicorn Theatre
Max and Alan are spending another night in their squalid flat. When Tadge, an old school friend, arrives unexpectedly from military service, his troubling behaviour sets in motion an evening that none of them will ever forget.


The Beauty Queen Of Leenane

Upcoming

Black comedy

Queen's Theatre Hornchurch
In a remote cottage in the mountains of Connemara, 40 year old Maureen Folan lives with her manipulative and possessive mother, Mag. Trapped in a poisonous cycle of daily battles and with endless rain driving at the walls, Maureen dreams of escape...


The Crown Dual

Upcoming

Black comedy

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Two actors reimagine the story of how Elizabeth Windsor became Queen Elizabeth II (and recreate two resplendent Netflix series) in 70 minutes of frenetic hat-passing, period accents and corgi impressions.


The House Of Yes

Upcoming

Black comedy

Hope Theatre
Meet the Pascals. A family living in the shadow of the Kennedy clan. Outside their Washington D.C. home a hurricane is raging. Inside, at the eye of the storm, a series of twisted and dangerous events have been set in motion.



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