Play 'Dead Funny' returns to the London stage

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Play 'Dead Funny' returns to the London stage

The Olivier award winning comedy Dead Funny is the next production on offer from the team behind the Tower Theatre.

The play, written by Terry Johnson in the 1990s, follows a group of comics who come together to mourn the death of Benny Hill.

The show has in the past been described as a homage to the art of farce. I've been speaking to the director and lead actor. 


Dead Funny is at the Tower Theatre, Stoke Newington from Wednesday 25th of September until the 5th October.

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