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Tony Law

A Law Undo His-elf What Welcome

Guildhall Theatre

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Mon 8 May 2017

Tickets: £13.75 More price information

Suitable for ages 12+
Running Time: 1 hour 50 minutes - approximate, including any interval(s).

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About the event

Tony Law is closer than ever to nonsense nirvana.

Multi award-winning comedian, Tony Law embarks on a UK tour with a brand new show of the inimitable surreal comedy-art that has made him one of the most celebrated live performers in the UK. 

In A Law Undo His-elf What WelcomeTony Law is closer than ever to nonsense nirvana. Behold the comedy event horizon. Without a hint of a joke, this powerful show has achieved a sort of comedy which aims at making no sense at all and yet, and yet, and yet it means everything. Every dog damned thing ever. Science called and they want their goal back. Law has burst the net. You will feel sick with awe. You will barf wonder.  

“This show is a code. The words are all jumbled up but when you put them in the right order the wormhole opens up. Nothing is the same anymore.  You can't call this comedy. This isn't comedy… It's something else... It's ...OTHER.” Anthony Johnston Law

Please note that as part of ongoing improvement works, the lift at the Guildhall Theatre is being replaced. This means that customers with tickets to shows during 10th April to 4th June will be affected - you will have to use the stairs to reach the auditorium. Please speak to the Sales & Information team on 01332 255800 if you think you will be affected.


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Tony Law

Mon 8 May 2017, 8pm


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"Chaos has rarelybeen so finely constructed and this much fun"★★★★ - Times

"flies by in joyful abandon" ★★★★★ - The Upcoming

"inspired nonsense" ★★★★ - The Scotsman

"A wonder to behold" ★★★★ - Mail on Sunday Event magazine

"brilliantly innovative" ★★★★ - Fest Magazine

"The King of post-modern nonsenseTelegraph, Autumn's hot 100