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What's OnAdam Kay: Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas at the Palace Theatre

Discover the jaw-dropping theatre adaptation of Adam Kay’s best selling story about a love letter to those who spend their festive season on the front line.
  • Dates 21/12/2020 - 03/01/2021
  • Location The Palace Theatre, 113 Shaftesbury Ave, W1D 5AY
  • Price £20 per person
Don’t miss the stunning stage production of Adam Kay’s best selling book at the Palace Theatre, moments away from Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus.Following the million-selling success of This Is Going To Hurt, Adam Kay delves back into his diaries for a hilarious and heartwarming peek behind the blue curtain at Christmas time.Running from 21st December 2020 – 3rd January 2021, Twas the Nightshift Before Christmas is a love letter to all those who spend their festive season on the front line, removing babies and baubles from the various places they get stuck, at the most wonderful time of the year.Offering tickets from as little as £20 per person, the live stage show production mixes highlights from the book with Kay’s award-winning stand-up comedy and exclusive new content.Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat. But 1.4 million NHS staff are heading off to work. See this stage-show celebration of the hard-working heroes of the NHS and their wonderful gallows of humour.Book your tickets online here. Or call using the following details:T: 0330 333 4813The Palace Theatre operates strictly under the government COVID-19 guidelines. For further information check the COVID-19 secure information page. All bookings in a party must only be from the same household or the legally defined support bubble.

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