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The Windsors: Endgame Tickets4/5 - based on 7 reviews
- Booking until: Monday, 11 October 2021
- Starring: Harry Enfield, Kara Tointon, Tracy-Ann Oberman
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About The Windsors: Endgame
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- Booking until: Monday, 11 October 2021
Harry Enfield, Kara Tointon, Tracy-Ann Oberman
The Windsors: Endgame description
The Windsors: Endgame – A jolly marvellous royal spoof
The British royal family gets a jolly good royal comedy pasting in this fabulously silly, rude and outrageous stage version of the brilliant smash hit TV show. It's irreverent, it's very clever, and it takes off the royals to a tee. You'll be amazed how very like the real thing the actors manage to be. Come along for a hilarious ride through the latest adventures of the infamous characters we all know and love.
What's the plot of The Windsors: Endgame?
The show stars the brilliantly funny Harry Enfield, Kara Tointon, Tracy-Ann Oberman and many more of the stars of the TV series, Channel 4's hilariously irreverent royal spoof, all live on stage. The fun takes place at the Prince of Wales theatre and the plot will bring a great big grin to your face.
Welcome to a typical tale of inter-generational conflict. But this is no ordinary family. Wills – Prince William – is busy challenging his dad Charles for the crown. Charles' wife Camilla isn't having any of it, determined Charles should retain his grip on the throne... if only Liz would get out of the way. Wills needs Harry and Meghan's help if he wants to stand a chance of winning, but of course they'll need to come back from California first – and what will they do about their rescue chickens? There's more. Will Beatrice and Eugenie ever manage to clear their dad Prince Andrew's name?
What a wonderful mess. The fun has been penned by the creators of the TV series, George Jeffrie and Bert Tyler-Moore, and the stage show is directed by Michael Fentiman, who wowed us with Amelie. There are plenty of songs to enjoy, and sword fights, and snogging competitions. If you were suffering from the lockdown blues before the show, they'll have vanished by the end.
Who is The Windsors for?
Thanks to the swearing and the style of the comedy, The Windsors is recommended for people aged 12 or more. Children aged under three won't be allowed in the auditorium. If you're under 16 you must sit next to the adult who is accompanying you.
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The Windsors: Endgame reviews
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (14%)
Latest customer reviews
If you’re easily offended by language don’t go.
Reviewed on 24 September 2021 by Donald, Sarasota, United States Of America
Reviewed on 26 August 2021 by John, London, United Kingdom
I enjoyed it but it wasn’t laugh out loud funny! Don’t regret going as it was enjoyable.
Reviewed on 25 August 2021 by Maria, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom
The show was short on real laughs. One or two funny bits, but for the most it was a pretty limp story devoid of the kind of hilarious comments applied to its publicity. I did think given the cast there would be more, but the good part about the show is the fact there was a show. It was nice to be normal again. In all the visits we have made to london, this is the only show we have felt disappointed leaving.
Reviewed on 25 August 2021 by Gavin, Cumbernauld, United Kingdom
Well acted, some singing voices slightly weak, but generally very funny. We were moved by management (emailed in advance of performance) from our purchased seats in circle to stalls, not sure why. Seemed as if all audience was being crammed together as much as possible - doesn’t seem sensible in terms of minimising covid risk.
Reviewed on 19 August 2021 by Susan Anne, Hexham, United Kingdom
Was silly and very funny - very up to the minute
Reviewed on 15 August 2021 by Lynne, Pitsea, United Kingdom
It was brilliant from beginning to end, I was laughing raucously throughout
Reviewed on 08 August 2021 by Rachel, Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom