Comedy at Theatre Royal Bath: 5 Unmissable 2020 Highlights

Comedy at Theatre Royal Bath: 5 Unmissable 2020 Highlights

Posted on: 06 Nov 2019

Theatre isn't just about musicals and hard-hitting plays – it’s a place for comedy, too. 


Luckily, Bath is brimming with venues that often welcome big-name and cutting-edge comedians to their stages. Let's start with Theatre Royal Bath, shall we?
 

From hilarious takes on society’s most pressing issues to middle-class parenting gone wrong, 2020 is shaping up to be a big one for comedy at the Theatre Royal. Here's five unmissable highlights.  

 

James Rowland’s Songs of Friendship

9 to 11 January 2020

 

Responsible for winning Rowland international acclaim, this trilogy of live shows combine comedy, music and storytelling. 

 

Watch as James wades through love, loss and life. See all three parts, or enjoy one as a stand-alone story. 

Comedy in Bath: Theatre Royal 2020 Highlights

Sajeela Kershi: Fights Like a Girl!

18 January 2020

 

In this hilarious solo show, award-winning comedian and activist Sajeela Kershi learns how to pick her battles. She talks trump, terrorism and everything in between. Find out more. 

Comedy in Bath: Theatre Royal 2020 Highlights

God of Carnage 

20 to 25 January 2020

 

Winner of an Olivier Award for ‘Best New Comedy’, God of Carnage is one of the West End’s most successful plays. It’s a tale of middle-class parenting gone wrong. 

Comedy in Bath: Theatre Royal 2020 Highlights

David Baddiel | Trolls: Not The Dolls 

19 April 2020 

 

To kick off 2020, David Baddiel will be touring his brand new show Trolls: Not The Dolls. The clues in the name: this is a comedic journey into our culture's dankest virtual underground. 

Comedy in Bath: Theatre Royal 2020 Highlights

Fatty Fat Fat

30 April 2020

 

Funny, frank and provocative, Fatty Fat Fat is a solo show about living in a body the world tells you to hate, Leave the diet books and those skinny shakes at the door. 
Comedy in Bath: Theatre Royal 2020 Highlights


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