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    Very, very funny
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    A heartfelt performance
    Evening Standard

Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes Tickets

British comedy legend, Dawn French, came back to the West End’s Vaudeville Theatre for a limited run of only 6 days, performing her critically acclaimed and much-loved show 30 Million Minutes. Having opened on the 18th October 2016, this was the last opportunity for fans to see this brilliant show.

Dawn French is a best-selling author, award-winning actor and hugely popular comedian who has graced the television screens of households throughout the country for many years.

She returned to the Vaudeville Theatre with her critically acclaimed show 30 Million Minutes for a strictly limited run between 18th October 2016 and 22nd October 2016. This was the very last time she will perform this show and was a must see for any fan.

The show has astounded audiences and critics alike the countless times it has been performed, taking the audience on an insightful look into the range of delightful moments and hilarious tales from Dawn French’s life, along with the tragedy and loss she has experienced and how that has changed her.

30 Million Minutes manages to be incredibly funny and heartbreakingly moving at the same time, showing Dawn French at her very best, as she surveys the ridiculousness of life, while looking into what has shaped her as a person, and how she has rather aimlessly been trying all her life to become a fully functioning female human. With 30 million minutes on this earth (give or take a few) what has she learnt from life?

Dawn French first became popular with her long standing comedy partner Jennifer Saunders, appearing on countless TV shows, including the classic sketch show French and Saunders. She later went on to become a sitcom favourite, starring as Geraldine Granger in the Richard Curtis BBC comedy The Vicar of Dibley.

With shows having began on the 18th October 2016 and only running a week, this was a must see for fans to see one of the country’s finest comedians performing an incredibly show.

Performance dates:
21 Oct 2016 - 22 Oct 2016
Running time:
2 hours 20 minutes (including interval)
Vaudeville Theatre (See map)
Age recommendation:
Recommended 12+
Audience Notes:
Fans of Dawn French’s work in French and Saunders and the The Vicar of Dibley should not miss the opportunity to see the legendary comedian live on stage, performing both a hilarious and heartfelt show. If you haven’t ever seen the show before, make sure to do so quick as this will be the last time she will perform the show.

Best Seats

SeatPlan Recommends: The Vaudeville is a fairly intimate theatre compared to many others in the West End, meaning that most of the seats within the Stalls give a good view, even at the rear. The seats are reasonably raked, meaning that taller audience members in front do not often impair the view of the stage.

The Dress Circle also generally gives good views and can offer value for money, however pillars can restrict views in Rows F & K. As there is no safety rail, you do not have to crane over or to the side to get a good view in this area. The Upper Circle is quite high up and can sometimes cut off the front of the stage, however can give very good price seats.

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