“A highly engaging, clever and thoroughly enjoyable hour”
“Deliciously un-pc… A collision of comedy heritage”
“Snappy scripts, plentiful visual gags and a spirited love of the era!”
“A triumph of visual comedy”
“Astoundingly versatile… an awfully-terribly-frightfully British success”
★★★★ Three Weeks
The Fitzrovia Radio Hour will be returning to London’s glittering West End in February, for four special appearances at the Ambassadors Theatre!
Yes, on four consecutive Tuesdays, starting on Tuesday 14 February, the 1940s-inspired radio theatre troupe will be performing five thrilling tales:
Beware of the world’s largest sea monster in It Came From The Black Abyss!
Help foil the unusual threat posed by some Nazi Firemen in Westminster!
Investigate a series of curiously botanical murders in George Albion & the War of the Roses!
Gasp at a madman’s chronographic insanity in… House of Clocks!
Thrill to an epic adventure deep below the cliffs of Cornwall… Tin!
All proudly sponsored by Clipstone Ceylon Tea! When life turns sticky, bring calm with a cup of Clipstone!
What better way could there be to fend off those cruel winter blues than seeing the show that John Sargeant on the BBC’s Review Show called “magic”, Time Out labelled a “triumph” and the Daily Telegraph considered “a joy”!
And, if you book before 31 December, you will be entitled to our special “Early Bird” discount! See below for details!
TUESDAY 14 FEBRUARY
TUESDAY 21 FEBRUARY
TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY
TUESDAY 6 MARCH
The Ambassadors Theatre
(Nearest tubes: Leicester Square and Covent Garden)