Crybabies: Danger Brigade

Comedy (absurdist)

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  • Heroes @ Boteco - Basement
  • 16:00
  • Aug 25
  • 1 hour
  • Suitability: 14+ (Guideline)
  • Country: United Kingdom - England
  • Group: Crybabies in association with PBJ Management
  • Warnings and additional info: Buy a ticket in advance to guarantee entry or Pay What You Want at the venue. Strobe Lighting
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 1 year

Description

Join Michael Clarke ('nothing short of genius' ***** (ThreeWeeks)), Ed Jones ('ripe with wit' **** (Skinny)) and James for Crybabies' debut hour of surreal comedy, action, singing, dancing, rats, crisps, and concerns of the heart. Buckle up for an offbeat adventure through the seductive waters of World War II, truly the Godfather Part II of world wars. Further praise for Crybabies members: 'Bursting with artistic invention' (Chortle.co.uk). 'Unparalleled levels of mania' (List). As seen on BBC Three and heard on BBC Radio 4 Extra.

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Valerie Swanborough 56 days ago

Loved this show. It was absurdly funny and the whole audience seemed to enjoy every moment. I shall certainly be looking out for the crybabies next year.

Kerry Hickman 60 days ago

This was the best thing we’ve seen at the fringe this year. If you like zany absurdist comedy ( think monty python) this is for you. I haven’t seen my husband laugh so much for ages.

Michelle L 61 days ago

Wow. Definitely surreal and great fun. Very inventive. The fourth star of this show is a mop! Go see. I will be keeping an eye out for their work in the future.

Holly Richards 61 days ago

Absolutely loved this show! So hilarious and clever - I would recommend it to anyone!

Philip Alexander 63 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed watching Crybabies’ ‘Danger Brigade’ this afternoon. Absurdist narrative sketch comedy of the best kind. Superbly written & acted plus some seriously sexy furniture.


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The Skinny (4/5 stars) 63 days ago

The trio of Crybabies set the silly bar good and high from the start as a shapeshifting spy, taking the form of a moustache, murders some Nazis. One of the cast members exclaims “It doesn’t make any sense, Ladies and Gentlemen”. Yes, there’s plenty of weirdness here, but it’s harnessed...

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ThreeWeeks (4/5 stars) 67 days ago

To call this show absurd would be a gross understatement. Set against the backdrop of WWII, the play follows our three improbably named protagonists on an adventure behind enemy lines that’s part-Python, part ‘Dad’s Army’, and part ‘Indiana Jones’. Their mission: kill a deranged Nazi scientist – what’s not to...

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The List (3/5 stars) 72 days ago

A zany and chaotic character-filled romp...

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Chortle (4/5 stars) 74 days ago

Crybabies have created a fast-paced, multi-character sketch show that is firmly rooted in a tradition of British satire and Boys’ Own derring-do comic book, with an absurd streak a mile wide.   ...

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