Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes
If you missed Dawn French tickets last year, don’t make the same mistake again as she returns to the West End
Acclaimed British comedienne and actress Dawn French brings her critically-acclaimed one-woman show 30 Million Minutes back to the West End for a strictly limited season. Returning to the Vaudeville Theatre, 30 Million Minutes is directed by Michael Grandage (Photograph 51) 30 Million Minutes and sees French open up about her life and career. Packed full of laugh-out-loud moments, as well as some heart-warming truths, Dawn French gives us a few important life lessons.
Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes is French’s first ever solo show, following her life as a fully functioning female person. With plenty of quirky jokes thrown in, as well as some emotional truths, 30 Million Minutes is not quite stand-up, not quite monologue and definitely not a play. In fact, French has made it clear that people come, just so they can see what size she really is! With an extraordinary lack of willpower, combined with a lot of showing off, Dawn French reveals her 30 million minutes of being alive.
Extremely well-known for her hilarious role as The Vicar of Dibley, as well as being half of French and Saunders, Dawn French is one of Britain’s best-loved comediennes, as well as an award-winning actor and best-selling novelist. French has also starred in Larkrise to Candleford, Jam & Jerusalem and Harry Potter. Recipient of the BAFTA Fellowship, French has led a busy life – which she is now ready to share…
30 Million Minutes is written by Dawn French and features design by Lez Brotherston, with lighting design by Willie Williams. Running for a strictly limited season only, Dawn French: 30 Millions Minutes opens at London’s Vaudeville Theatre on October 18th, until October 22nd. Don’t miss out on this hilarious and very very truthful insight into French’s life, both public and private.
30 Million Minutes is not aimed at children and features adult content.