Recreated live on stage, with three of its original cast, an updated version of the zany radio show which helped to kick-start a UK comedy revolution.
The Slapstick Festival is returning to Bristol from January 23rd – 26th 2020 for #Slapstick2020. We’re on the look out for a great team of dedicated volunteers to help assist the festival is run smoothly.
Infinite Monkey Cage co-host Robin Ince salutes his comedy heroes and comedy’s ability to unite.
Comedy entertainers Little and Large reunite on stage for the first time in decades
Impressionist James Hurn recreates the hit radio comedy Hancock’s Half Hour and all of its most famous voices.
Workshop for actors, directors, teachers, students on slapstick and farce with Commedia dell’Arte master Cheryl Stapleton.
Morecambe & Wise meets David Lynch in Publick Transport’s brilliantly funny and madcap interpretation of the Brontë myth
Silent Comedy: Steamboat Bill, Jr (1928) with live music Sun 8 Oct | 2pm | 2hr We The Curious and Slaps…
Bristol’s 14th annual Slapstick festival presents a live stage show, celebrating the brand of physical comedy which helped turn Chaplin, Keaton, Laurel & Hardy and Co into international legends and still sparks…
As part of the 14th annual Slapstick festival of silent and classic comedy, Professor Patel, the UK’s only Punch and Judy puppeteer of Asian descent, retells the timeless story in the style of a Bollywood movie….