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Tape Face

The incomparable Tape Face brings his world-famous show back to the West End following four sold-out UK tours and four sold-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Formerly known as The Boy with Tape on His Face, Tape Face has captivated audiences across the globe with his unique and spell-binding brand of comedy. A 2016 finalist of America’s Got Talent and a performer on The John Bishop Show and at the Royal Variety Performance, the entirely silent stand-up comic creates tender and side-splittingly hilarious tableaux with the use of ordinary objects and popular music.

This year, Tape Face comes to London with his most visually impressive, witty and surprising show yet. Constantly inventive and utterly captivating, his brand-new show must be seen to be believed, and then seen again, just to make sure.

Playing at the Garrick Theatre for just seven weeks, tickets are sure to sell out fast, so grab yours today.

Read our article on everything you need to know about Tape Face.

★★★★ The Times, Evening Standard, The Stage, BroadwayWorld, WestEndWilma, EverythingTheatre 

★★★★ “Chaplin-esque mime act triumphs…will take your breath away” Evening Standard
★★★★ “His three-man Jackson Five number… might just be the greatest five minutes of art created by man.” “Properly funny, truly wondrous” The Times
★★★★ “Audiences are screaming for Tape Face” “Like if Derren Brown, Charlie Chaplin and Edgar Allan Poe got high and wrote a show” “Mad, macabre and magical… a joy to watch” BroadwayWorld
★★★★ “Surprise after surprise… charming and very, very funny” Official Theatre

Address

2 Charing Cross Road, London,

Cancellation Policy

No refunds after purchase.

Duration

2 Hours and 20 minutes including intercal

How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email with your booking reference.

If you choose collect at box office please print this and bring it with you on the day of the show a minimum of 30 minutes before the performance start time.

If you choose post - tickets are sent 5 days after purchase.

Suitable For Children

The show is suitable for those aged 12 years +

When Can I Go

Tuesday 6th June 2017 – Saturday 22nd July 2017 

  • Tuesday - Saturday: Evening performance at  7.30pm
  • Saturday: Matinee at 3pm  
  • Additional matinee Wednesday 14th June 2017 at 3pm 
  • Additional performances Sunday 11th June 2017 at 3pm and 7:30pm
Where Do I Go

Garrick Theatre, 2 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0HH

By Tube- Leicester Square or Charing Cross

By Train- Charing Cross

By Bus-3, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 24, 29, 30

Garrick Theatre

2 Charing Cross Road, London,

Latest customer reviews

  • Excellent entertainment

    21 July 2017

    my husband had just been for a hearing test and was given a pair of hearing aid to try out. He was looking forward to a clear hearing in theatre, but Sam Wills didn't say a single word for the whole 2.5 hours! How funny was that?! Loved the show, hilarious and great entertainment.

    Wei G Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Heartwarming laughs

    21 July 2017

    Just laughed and laughed. After the show was heartwarming experience thanks to Tape Face and his collaborators (audience) !!!

    KS Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Painful laughing

    21 July 2017

    When you have to laugh so hard that you are crying and you can't breath and your lungs start hurting because you can't breath - for two hours

    Nadja Confirmed ticket purchaser

  • Hilarious

    21 July 2017

    Well worth watching, to create such humour without a word was very clever indeed. The whole audience was in stitches. Audience participation was brilliant.

    Tony R. Confirmed ticket purchaser

Latest critic reviews

  • “A truly magical experience”

    Chortle

  • “A show that’s a delight from start to finish, that can be enjoyed by absolutely everybody.”

    The Scotsman

  • “Endlessly inventive, hysterically funny.”

    Time Out

  • “As timeless as it is wordless, as disarming as it is funny”

    The Guardian

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