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Sh*t-Faced Showtime - A Pissedmas Carol
Sh*t-Faced Showtime - A Pissedmas Carol Tickets

Sh*t-Faced Showtime - A Pissedmas Carol Tickets

6 Dec 2021 - 29 Jan 2022

Sh*t-Faced Showtime - A Pissedmas Carol Information

"It's the anarchic R-rated panto I never thought I needed" - The Metro

"Simply exhilarating" - Broadway World

"Go and see this"- London Theatre 1

The professional pissheads at Shit-faced Showtime return with their smash-hit festive boozical!

This Christmas they're bringing you Dickens' classic tale of Scrooge and his favourite spirits.

Featuring a cast of professional West End performers with a single drunken cast member thrown into the mix each night, you can expect bum notes, botched dances and madness a-plenty.

A new extended run back by popular demand, stuffed full of classic Christmas carols, drunken dames and over spirited - spirits, all before the clock strikes one! (Or whenever last orders are called!).

Shit-faced Showtime are delighted to present their all-new Christmas show, live and exclusive to the Leicester Square Theatre. You’ll be haunted with memories for years to come.

Bar, rum glug!

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Run time

90 minutes

Opening date

December 6th, 2021

Closing date

January 29th, 2022


Play, Comedy


Leicester Square Theatre


Recommended for ages 16+

Our review

Sh!t-faced Showtime

In a time where the course of British politics is often unpredictable, watching a Golden Age musical adapted to star an alcohol-fuelled cast member where anything can happen felt like turning on the television to see parliamentary mayhem unfold. Shit-faced Showtime productions have been performed around the world for the last nine years, with the company's latest production featuring a rotating cast of seven performers take on Oliver Twist helped by a few shots of Dutch courage.The programme...

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