Award-winning comic Frank Skinner is back in the West End for another comedy cabaret, this time with a whole host of enigmatic friends. Frank Skinner and Friends opened at the Noel Coward theater last night – Monday 23rd January 2012, offering audiences a cacophony of entertainment for a pleasant price.
Not only was there stand up to split the sides of the audience, each night of the two-week run, there will be a mix of beat-boxing, juggling, opera, swing music and magic acts – all of course compered by Brummie, Skinner.
This cabaret is of course comparable to his highly rated and triple-extended sell-out success: Frank Skinner’s Credit Crunch Cabaret, in 2009.
A similarly credit-crunching ticket cost of £16, makes for an inexpensive night out and a chance to start January and 2012 in the right frame of positive mood.
Hear reviews from Frank Skinner and Friends’ attendees from Noel Coward theater last night.