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Thursday to Saturday 9.30pm, Sunday 9pm every week



The world's longest running live comedy show!


A fast-moving mix of sketches and songs, NewsRevue propels you through the world's news and current events at breakneck pace - all-kicking, idol-burning comedy, updated every week by a crack team of writers.





Every Sun


Canal Cafe Theatre is delighted to launch a new in-house cabaret extravaganza featuring veritable showstoppers from ill-starred musicals that flopped on Broadway and/or the West End on their maiden voyage! (Yes, Titanic may well be included…) The creative team behind Guinness World Record-breaking NewsRevue have cast the show from their talented pool of quadruple threats: singer, dancer, actor, and comedian. Devised, directed and choreographed by musical theatre aficionado Tim McArthur (The Curtain Up Show, The Frogs, Jermyn Street Theatre) and with maestro Aaron Clingham on the keys, Cream is a wonderland of hidden gems that promises to entertain!






Fri 14th, Sat 15th, Thu 20th, Fri 21st, Sat 22nd July


Peepshow is the story of seven little lives in one large city… Tantalisingly revealing flashes of life from a tower block, Peepshow takes a look behind the curtain into a high rise of lost souls.





Also in July:


MAKE YOUR SHOW - Workshop (15 July)

Join acclaimed theatre director Russell Lucas on this fast-paced theatre generating workshop focused on writing, making and staging your show. Using his years of making new theatre ('This is Harold Pinter territory jauntily usurped'- Michael Coveney)



A Touch Of Mrs Robinson (17 July) Fifty years ago, Mrs Robinson seduced The Graduate and became a legend in her own leopard print – now we hear her untold story. Fiona Coffey and her dashing musicians, Michael Roulston and Jonathan Kitching use fabulous slinky jazz and 60s pop to explore Mrs Robinson’s journey from college girl, to embittered 50s housewife, to suburban swinger.


Bristol Revunions - Edinburgh Preview

(18th July) The Bristol Revunions present an exciting joint preview of their two Edinburgh shows – Glass and Walnut!



The Twins Macabre: Crime Doesn't Play

(19th Julye) After a string of grisly murders in the quiet town of Shadyoaks, Detectives McKeith and Jones have two prime suspects...and they happen to be 10 year olds. As featured of BBC3 and BBC Radio 4, horror comedy duo The Twins Macabre present their darkest, most twisted show yet in this horror-crime-thriller-comedy!



Jonny & The Baptists: The Best of 2012-2017

(27th July) Celebrate five years of silly songs and satirical anthems from the multi-award-nominated musical comedy stars, as heard on Radio 4



A Different Way Home (28, 29, 30 July) The Unusual Theatre Company are delighted to bring you A Different Way Home ahead of its performance Edinburgh Fringe. The deeply moving and astutely observed play brings two monologues from two members of a small family in a small, closely knit north-England town tell a powerful story from two wildly different perspectives.





Don't Blame The Bankers... $toopid

Fri 11th, Sat 12th, Sun 13th, Fri 18th, Sat 19th, Sun 20th August


Reporting live from the trading floor of a bank: come spend your cocktail hour with a fallen angel of power. An entertaining interaction between philosophy & finance shared with rhythm & rhyme. A show that has touched the hearts and minds of many bankers and bums - Oh! All our chums!

Profile of Canal Cafe Theatre


above Bridge House Pub

Delamere Terrace, Little Venice,

London W2 6ND


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Twitter:  @CanalCafe

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