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Frankie Boyle and Bill Bailey Tickets @ Leicester Square Theatre £15.00

£15.00 @ Leicester Square Theatre
OK so I know this is not a deal in the traditional sense, but considering how much it costs to see either of these 2 guys on a major tour in a London venue these prices are real bargains! They als… Read More
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OK so I know this is not a deal in the traditional sense, but considering how much it costs to see either of these 2 guys on a major tour in a London venue these prices are real bargains!

They also have mickey Flanagan tix too!
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DirtyPixel
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DirtyPixel
If only Frankie Boyle's fingers were a real gun. And he pulled the trigger. Utter ****.
When he first came along in mock the week we went to see him, wasn't a good start when we got in to find you couldn't leave the auditorium. We sat there for about 45 minutes and he of course wasn't like in the tv or even his DVDs at the time and so offensive that only a group of 4 teenagers were laughing. After 45 minutes we went for the door, the staff tried to keep us there but once a few of us stood up half the place got up. Now everyone knows what to expect which is probably why the tickets are so cheap.
Can't say I'm surprised mate. An imprisoned audience is the only way he'd have an audience. I get that his whole 'act' is about getting a reaction, and to that extent he's won when it comes to me because I think he's an utter ****, but that doesn't make him funny. Not funny at all.

Never mind, I'm sure you can get tickets for Mrs Browns Boys

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2 Likes #1
Nice catch
#2
Just got two tickets for Mickey Flanagan.

Thankyou.
#3
This is a great site, if only I was in London! Love Austentatious. Bookmarked it for the future, thanks for the heads up!
#4
Good find. Got bill and frankie.
1 Like #5
That would be an interesting double act ...
3 Likes #6
save your money and see the real deal that ginger boy stole his act from!!!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Sadowitz
Ginger cold from me!!!
#7
Wow
#8
pooka
save your money and see the real deal that ginger boy stole his act from!!!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Sadowitz
Ginger cold from me!!!

Interesting :{

Edited By: Tank on Apr 13, 2017 21:36
4 Likes #9
If only Frankie Boyle's fingers were a real gun. And he pulled the trigger. Utter ****.
3 Likes #10
DirtyPixel
If only Frankie Boyle's fingers were a real gun. And he pulled the trigger. Utter ****.

When he first came along in mock the week we went to see him, wasn't a good start when we got in to find you couldn't leave the auditorium. We sat there for about 45 minutes and he of course wasn't like in the tv or even his DVDs at the time and so offensive that only a group of 4 teenagers were laughing. After 45 minutes we went for the door, the staff tried to keep us there but once a few of us stood up half the place got up. Now everyone knows what to expect which is probably why the tickets are so cheap.
#11
He he he who who who,He he he who who who
1 Like #12
eslick
DirtyPixel
If only Frankie Boyle's fingers were a real gun. And he pulled the trigger. Utter ****.
When he first came along in mock the week we went to see him, wasn't a good start when we got in to find you couldn't leave the auditorium. We sat there for about 45 minutes and he of course wasn't like in the tv or even his DVDs at the time and so offensive that only a group of 4 teenagers were laughing. After 45 minutes we went for the door, the staff tried to keep us there but once a few of us stood up half the place got up. Now everyone knows what to expect which is probably why the tickets are so cheap.

Can't say I'm surprised mate. An imprisoned audience is the only way he'd have an audience. I get that his whole 'act' is about getting a reaction, and to that extent he's won when it comes to me because I think he's an utter ****, but that doesn't make him funny. Not funny at all.
#13
These are practice shows so don't expect the same level of fluidity that you would at the o2. There might be some un funny jokes and reading from scripts but they are well worth it.
Check out local London comedy shows before Edinburgh and you can see loads of great acts for cheep.
2 Likes #14
Frankie Boyle just isn't funny, he gets a few laughs from some people who are mildly shock-entertained by his offensive humour but his jokes aren't funny - his yelling gives me a headache!
Last time I went to a comedy club I heard Omid Djalili testing out his 'new' (copied from the internet) jokes. How these people get so famous is beyond me
#15
Good night out these, great little theatre
#16
pooka
save your money and see the real deal that ginger boy stole his act from!!!https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Sadowitz
Ginger cold from me!!!
As a Glaswegian, got to agree - though Frankie does make me laugh sometimes. Always a soft spot for Sadowitz though (who I've seen live three times, and counting, to Frankie's zero.....) X)
#17
Thank you! Booked Frankie and Bill, have some heat :D
9 Likes #18
DirtyPixel
eslick
DirtyPixel
If only Frankie Boyle's fingers were a real gun. And he pulled the trigger. Utter ****.
When he first came along in mock the week we went to see him, wasn't a good start when we got in to find you couldn't leave the auditorium. We sat there for about 45 minutes and he of course wasn't like in the tv or even his DVDs at the time and so offensive that only a group of 4 teenagers were laughing. After 45 minutes we went for the door, the staff tried to keep us there but once a few of us stood up half the place got up. Now everyone knows what to expect which is probably why the tickets are so cheap.
Can't say I'm surprised mate. An imprisoned audience is the only way he'd have an audience. I get that his whole 'act' is about getting a reaction, and to that extent he's won when it comes to me because I think he's an utter ****, but that doesn't make him funny. Not funny at all.

Never mind, I'm sure you can get tickets for Mrs Browns Boys
1 Like #19
Practice shows, get the later in the run ones for the good jokes lol.

I saw Frankie in his practice show in Glasgow Citizens theatre for £10, which is the run where he did the netflix original show.

Saw bill bailey last year but that was the expensive ones lol
#20
Bill Bailey is well worth seeing. Loved his live show a couple of years ago.
#21
Thanks - ended up booking Rahul Kohli for a few weeks time - great platform to support young and upcoming acts.
#22
woody9
DirtyPixel
eslick
DirtyPixel
If only Frankie Boyle's fingers were a real gun. And he pulled the trigger. Utter ****.
When he first came along in mock the week we went to see him, wasn't a good start when we got in to find you couldn't leave the auditorium. We sat there for about 45 minutes and he of course wasn't like in the tv or even his DVDs at the time and so offensive that only a group of 4 teenagers were laughing. After 45 minutes we went for the door, the staff tried to keep us there but once a few of us stood up half the place got up. Now everyone knows what to expect which is probably why the tickets are so cheap.
Can't say I'm surprised mate. An imprisoned audience is the only way he'd have an audience. I get that his whole 'act' is about getting a reaction, and to that extent he's won when it comes to me because I think he's an utter ****, but that doesn't make him funny. Not funny at all.
Never mind, I'm sure you can get tickets for Mrs Browns Boys

No thanks - that's not funny either. Boyle's clearly your type of comedian though, so enjoy.


Edited By: DirtyPixel on Apr 14, 2017 13:30
1 Like #23
Amazing that he is married to Susan Boyle.
#24
You'd have to pay me more than £15 to watch Frankie Boyle
#25
Cold - only weegies find him funny.
#26
Probably because he's about as funny as a wet weekend. Tries to make money by pure shock, complete prat.
1 Like #27
great to see all the boyle haters.....on a thread about boyle, you got nowt else to do?
#28
muggy
Just got two tickets for Mickey Flanagan.
Thankyou.

You would have to pay me to watch Mickey Flanagan.
3 Likes #29
A lot of crying babies on here lol. If you don't like Frankie or Bill then don't buy the tickets simple as, but stop your whining. Heat added.
#30
Boyle has calmed down recently.
Didn't he read a CBeebies bedtime story ?
#31
Frankie also (appears) to do commentary on road cycling events for EuroSport too! :-h)
#32
Is he as good as Stewart Lee? Thinking about buying tickets for Sadowitz as I have never seen him and am intrigued as many people on this thread seem to say he is good and the original. Do many women go?
#33
I was meant to say whether Sadowitz is as funny as Stewart Lee.
#34
Sadowitz confiscated my mobile during a show because I was trying to record the audio to listen to later, he's a bit of an idiot.
2 Likes #35
You can't call him an idiot for stopping an unauthorised recording of his show
#36
lovebargains
Is he as good as Stewart Lee? Thinking about buying tickets for Sadowitz as I have never seen him and am intrigued as many people on this thread seem to say he is good and the original. Do many women go?
Well, I'm a woman, last time I looked :p There is a mixed bag, people who actually think Sadowitz is the hateful, bigoted, take no prisoners character he portrays and "agree" with him, some more on the ironic side of the fence who love the shock value and don't take it too seriously - and I'm not kidding here - there were a few guys doing Nazi salutes next to us when we were in the King's Theatre a few years ago.

Not that I'm suggesting that Sadowitz has any affiliation with Nazis - but just highlighting the schizoid cross-section of nutcases/more reasonable people he attracts.

Edit: He would probably tell you to "F*** off" if he read the "Is he as good as Stewart Lee?" comment!

Edited By: louiselouise on Apr 15, 2017 18:46
#37
Madchester
Sadowitz confiscated my mobile during a show because I was trying to record the audio to listen to later, he's a bit of an idiot.
If you read cookdandbombd and similar comedy forums you'll know that Sadowtiz HATES any unauthorised use of his material - he's well-known for getting Youtube clips taken down within hours - so it's nothing personal. He does this across the board.
#38
louiselouise
lovebargains
Is he as good as Stewart Lee? Thinking about buying tickets for Sadowitz as I have never seen him and am intrigued as many people on this thread seem to say he is good and the original. Do many women go?
Well, I'm a woman, last time I looked :p There is a mixed bag, people who actually think Sadowitz is the hateful, bigoted, take no prisoners character he portrays and "agree" with him, some more on the ironic side of the fence who love the shock value and don't take it too seriously - and I'm not kidding here - there were a few guys doing Nazi salutes next to us when we were in the King's Theatre a few years ago.
Not that I'm suggesting that Sadowitz has any affiliation with Nazis - but just highlighting the schizoid cross-section of nutcases/more reasonable people he attracts.
Edit: He would probably tell you to "F*** off" if he read the "Is he as good as Stewart Lee?" comment!
Would'nt Jerry be from a jewish back ground, so werent the Nazis salutes to be to upset him or get a re-action.
#39
pooka
louiselouise
lovebargains
Is he as good as Stewart Lee? Thinking about buying tickets for Sadowitz as I have never seen him and am intrigued as many people on this thread seem to say he is good and the original. Do many women go?
Well, I'm a woman, last time I looked :p There is a mixed bag, people who actually think Sadowitz is the hateful, bigoted, take no prisoners character he portrays and "agree" with him, some more on the ironic side of the fence who love the shock value and don't take it too seriously - and I'm not kidding here - there were a few guys doing Nazi salutes next to us when we were in the King's Theatre a few years ago.
Not that I'm suggesting that Sadowitz has any affiliation with Nazis - but just highlighting the schizoid cross-section of nutcases/more reasonable people he attracts.
Edit: He would probably tell you to "F*** off" if he read the "Is he as good as Stewart Lee?" comment!
Would'nt Jerry be from a jewish back ground, so werent the Nazis salutes to be to upset him or get a re-action.
The guys were smashed when we were in the queue (one of them was even trying to chat me up, ha) - to be honest I think it was more their beliefs, judging by the comments they were shouting out, than trying to goad Jerry. Who knows, though.
#40
I went to this show last night. Was OK. Definitely work in progress. Good value though.

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