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Soho Theatre Live comes to Amazon Prime

Soho Theatre Live comes to Amazon Prime

At a time where we’re missing live performances more than ever, the show must go on(line)!

Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the National Theatre’s live recording of the Fleabag play at Soho Theatre was a huge hit. The hilarious one-woman show allowed viewers to donate what they could, with proceeds going towards charities including the National Emergencies Trust, NHS Charities Together and Acting for Others.

 

Settle in for some stand-up with these incredible acts for series 1 of Soho Theatre Live.


Aditi Mittal: Mother Of Invention

A love letter to the original “fempowered” woman in Aditi’s life: her mother.

 

Dane Baptiste: D.A.N.E. – Discussions About Nothing And Everything

Dane brings you some of his favourite, previously unseen, material.

 

Jen Brister: Meaningless

A good old rant against period poverty, the perimenopause and why Jen’s mum needs to get out of her house.

 

Jessie Cave: I Loved Her

Insecurities, jealousies, fantasies and Jessie’s current relationship status are all up for grabs here.

 

Joel Dommett: Pretending To Smoke With A Breadstick

Joel is on top form as he regales the mishaps of his dating life, the pranks he used to play on his grandad and that infamous catfishing scandal.

 

Josie Long: Cara Josephine

Eternal optimist Josie chats about love and her love of the outdoors.

 

Lazy Susan: Forgive Me, Mother!

Sketch comedy about what it means to be a modern woman.

 

Nish Kumar: Ruminations On The Nature Of Subjectivity

Nish discusses the woes of his pun-able name and that awkward moment of watching a movie’s sex scenes with your father.

 

Panti Bliss: High Heels In Low Places

Panti’s story of the controversial “Pantigate,” in her own words.

 

Rhys James: Forgives

A stellar mix of gags, stories and poetry.

 

Shappi Khorsandi: Live In Soho

Shappi talks about being addicted to stand-up, having a father who is more controversial than her and bringing a pudding to a red-carpet event.

 

When is Soho Theatre Live on Amazon Prime Video?

Find series 1 in Apps & Games > Prime Video from Thursday 3 December.
 

How to watch Amazon Prime Video with Virgin TV

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