104 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4BG GB This show is now closed.
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Eric and Ern

Eric and Ern Tickets

4.6/5 - based on 5 reviews
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About Eric and Ern

Performance Times
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Sun 18:00

Eric and Ern description

Olivier Award-nominated duo Jonty Stephens and Ian Ashpitel bring their nostalgic show to the Duke of York's Theatre stage. Fun for the whole family from ages 8 and up, Eric and Ern is a brilliant vaudeville production chock-full of hilarious comedy sketches, the Mr Memory...'Arsenal' to the paper bag trick, and a Greig Piano concerto.

A spectacular homage to the legendary English comic double act, Morecambe and Wise, who worked in film, radio, and variety, Eric and Ern will have you laughing yourself silly as it hits all the right comedic notes. Tickets for Eric and Ern at the Duke of York's Theatre in London are bound to sell quickly, so be sure to grab a hold of the best tickets available whilst you can!

Eric and Ern reviews

4.6 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

What to expect:

Acting
Music
Costumes
Story
Lighting

Recommended for:

Anyone (80%)
Families (80%)
Teenagers (80%)
Couples (80%)
Theatregoers (100%)
Latest customer reviews
Nicholas
Morecambe and Wise live on

Lovely show especially for those of a certain age, but, this should appeal to all ages. A wonderful laugh from start to finish.

Reviewed on 06 February 2020 by , Guildford, United Kingdom

David
All the old gags but they still made me laugh

Great show, thoroughly enjoyed it. All the old gags plus a few new ones; standing ovation at the end... travel is easy to this central location. Keep up the same, same, routines

Reviewed on 03 February 2020 by , Gravesend, United Kingdom

Anonymous
Amazing

I loved the show great look a likes and they sounded just like them had the characters to a T ... If was like sitting back in time when they were alive and watching it from them ... Was a outstanding show!!

Reviewed on 04 March 2014 by

Anonymous
Eric and Ernie

Suited to older generation who enjoyed eric and ernie. First half a little slow.

Reviewed on 23 January 2014 by