‘Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain’ the hit show from the Real MacGuffins and Fol Espoir is back!
It’s a rib-tickling new comedy that has been reducing audiences to silliness all over the country and after two national tours in 2015 and 2016 it comes to London in July 2017.
If you’re looking for a great night out in central London, look no further than this critically acclaimed London theatre show, highly recommended by audience members young and old. A rip-roaring comedy for all age-groups, a delight for American tourists and Britishers alike, this hilarious comedy has been entertaining audiences across the country. Now it comes to London’s Jermyn Street Theatre, located just a few steps away from Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s most famous landmarks, with a wide selection of restaurants nearby for a pre- or post-theatre meal, or maybe just a good, old-fashioned cup of tea.
Book your tickets here…
“Fond and affectionate… Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain guarantees laughs and nostalgia in spades.”
★★★★ London Theatre 1
“Gloriously hilarious. A witty and whimsical production.”
The Blog of Theatre Things [no star rating]
“A joyous celebration of all those little oddities of which we Brits are secretly rather proud.”
or also from The Blog of Theatre Things
“High-energy, tongue-in-cheek and frequently quite bonkers”
★★★ Broadway World
““Riotous comedy” or “a hilarious parody of difficult war times” or “fast-paced and thoroughly entertaining”
AND SOME PREVIOUS REVIEWS
★★★★ The Stage
“Wholly idiotic, inducing a helpless laughter that almost incapacitates the audience… an unforgettable experience.”
or, also from The Stage:
“A tender snapshot of wartime Britain – fast-paced, affectionate, authentic and wildly funny”
★★★★ Essential Surrey
“Packed with puns and innuendo, the slickness and pace of this brilliant group made it great fun for all age groups… A thoroughly entertaining evening.”
★★★★ The Richmond Magazine
“Fast paced and witty… the feel-good factor started as soon as we entered the theatre.”
A Younger Theatre [no star rating]
“Ridiculous witticisms, idiotic imaginations and a wonderful on-stage dynamic… this show is definitely one to see.”