Laugh Out London (‘third best comedy club in London’ – Time Out) and Weirdos Comedy Club (‘the closest thing we have to a modern-day Comic Strip’ – Chortle) present a ridiculous Harry Potter parody.
Harry Potter and the House Elves On Strike – An Unofficial Sequel
Date: Saturday 14th May 2016
Venue: Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Pl, London WC2H 7BX
Nearest station: Leicester Square (2 minute walk)
Time: Doors 8:15pm, Start 8:45pm
Tickets: £12.50 (£10 concession)
Harry Potter (Larter) is celebrating his, once enemy and now friend, Draco Malfoy’s (Joz Norris) birthday party when the House Elves go on strike.
He calls in some old pals to put on a party – what could possibly go-wrong?
Written by and starring…
✨✨ Adam Larter as Harry Potter ✨✨
“isn’t something that would fit into a normal comedy club” The Skinny
“A sharp satirical mind”, The Independent
✨✨Kathryn Bond as Ginny Weasley✨✨
One half of critical acclaimed sketch duo That Pair.
‘Top-notch gooning around’ – ***** Broadway Baby
✨✨ Matt Tedford as Ron Weasley ✨✨
Start of Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho
“Matthew Tedford gives a 5-star performance”
“an immense natural comic talent and with any luck should become a more familiar face on the nation’s TV screens” Attitude Magazine
✨✨ Marny Godden as Hermione Granger ✨✨
“The ability to draw a laugh with a look” – Broadway Baby
“A promising eccentric” – The Scotsman
✨✨ Joz Norris as Draco Malfoy✨✨
“A born entertainer” – Chortle
“Jerk” – Timeout
As various other characters…
✨✨ Cassie Atkinson ✨✨
“The most vivacious presence on stage” Financial Times
“Future national treasure, bringing wonderfully strange characters to life” ToDoList
✨✨ Jon Brittain ✨✨
Comedy genius behind cult-hit Maggie Thatcher Queen of Soho.
✨✨ Sooz Kempner ✨✨
Funny Women Variety Award Winner 2012
Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer 2010
✨✨ Gareth Morinan ✨✨
“A unique force to be reckoned with” – Chortle
“Constantly surprising” – Fringe Biscuit
‘Side-splittingly hilarious. It was low-budget, rife with technical problems, and the actors forgot many of their lines, but it all added up to a very, very funny show’ – MuggleNet review (Harry Potter fansite)
‘By sticking with their DIY, non-conformist comedy, the gang have produced some of the silliest, funniest and most innovative shows on the circuit, and built up a large, loyal following along the way’ – Time Out