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What to expect

It's the return of the smash-hit comedy in the West End; improvising a funny take on a new Jane Austen novel every night. The West End stars perform each play just by a title from the audience and that makes this show as intriguing as the title sounds. With live musical accompaniment, the performers are appropriately adorned in perfect period costumes. You're guaranteed to find something new at each outing as two shows of Austentatious are never the same. The play is razor-sharp, riotous, and unmissable. Book Austentatious tickets soon as it's back in West End at Leicester Square Theatre for a limited run.

About 'Austentatious'

What is 'Austentatious' about?

It is sheer brilliance as the improv group comes out to the stage in full-period dress. Performers take suggestions from the audiences for the title in each performance and then devise an entirely new sketch from any Jane Austen novel. Live music adds to the entertainment in this weird and charming take on different novels by a brilliant author. The show is quick-witted and fun. The West End stars of Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which had sell-out tours, and also on Radio 4, are back at Leicester Square Theatre in London.

The new and brilliantly improvised versions of Jane Austen's novels are performed at Leicester Square Theatre. It has had successful performances previously with 'The Sixth Sense', 'Bath To The Future'​, and 'Sensibility'.

The show also had successful runs at Fortune Theatre in West End. Fortune Theatre is owned by the hugely successful Ambassador Theatre Group with a registered address at Alexander House, Church Path, Woking.

Come dressed up in your best suits and gowns and enjoy a great production of Jane Austen that you have never seen before.

What age is 'Austentatious' suitable for?

The recommended age is 12+.

How long is 'Austentatious'?

The running time of this show is one hour 45 minutes.

Who is in the London cast of 'Austentatious'?

The cast includes some of the finest comic performers. It includes Graham Dickson, Amy Cooke-Hodgson, Cariad Lloyd, Andrew Hunter Murray, Charlotte Gittins, Joseph Morpurgo, Lauren Shearing, Daniel Nils Roberts, Rachel Parris. Guest performers include Mariam Haque, Susan Harrison, Charlie Kemp, Jonathan Ainscough, and Seamus Allen.

The cast performs impromptu comedy stories based on Jane Austen novels.

Who is the team behind 'Austentatious'?

'Austentatious' was one of the best-loved shows at the Edinburgh Fringe and there has been sold-out shows for six continuous years.

Damian Robertson works on lighting design and technical improvisation with expertise from Jules Miller-Bakewell, Reg Scott, and Jonathan Monkhouse.

Alex Judd, Oliver Izod, Dylan Townley, and Yshani Perinpanayagam work on the music. Get your 'Austentatious' tickets today.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is 'Austentatious' being performed?

The address is Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Pl, London WC2H 7BX, UK.

How do I get to the Leicester Square Theatre?

If you're travelling from London to Leicester Square Theatre, take the A400 road to reach the destination in the quickest possible time.

Leicester Square is the nearest tube station, which is a couple of minutes away.

Charing Cross is the nearest train station.

You can also choose to travel by bus to the theatre in London.

Where can I park near the Leicester Square Theatre?

Q-Park Leicester Square is just around the corner.

Where are the toilet facilities at the Leicester Square Theatre?

The theatre in London has toilets near the foyer.

Is the Leicester Square Theatre accessible?

There is a powered stair climber which can be used by required visitors, however, it needs a visitor to step out of the wheelchair and then step back in after reaching the level and seat. The theatre is not accessible for large electric wheelchairs. Do double-check for more details while booking your tickets.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some of the popular recommendations in the area are Granaio, Young Cheng Chinese Restaurant, Brazen Monkey, and Angus Steakhouse.

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