The Coffin’s on Tour Again!

We’re delighted to confirm that following the success of last year’s tour of The Death Show the coffin will be back on the road again in 2019!

We’d love for you to join us for our funny, surreal, reflective and unashamedly honest show about death, which will take you on a journey of discovery, contemplation and courage. Celebrate your own mortality, laugh, cry, stick two fingers up at the grim reaper and discover why talking about death is actually life-affirming.

We’re heading to:

Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton – Saturday 16 February 2019

The Witham, Barnard’s Castle – Wednesday 27 February 2019

The Electric Theatre, Guildford – Thursday 28 February 2019

Jacksons Lane, London – Saturday 02 March 2019

Brighton Fringe, The Warren – Friday 10 – Sunday 12 May 2019 (On Sale Soon)

Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury – Friday 17 May 2019

Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester – Friday 07 June 2019 (On Sale Soon)

Derby Theatre – Saturday 06 July 2019 (On Sale Soon)

The Lichfield Festival, St Mary’s Church – Tuesday 09 July 2019 (On Sale Soon)

Lighthouse Poole – Friday 12 July 2019

And there’s a few more dates to follow too…

Our audiences and reviewers had some great things to say about the show last year. So don’t just take our word for it, take a look at some of their comments below and then get booking!

The  Death Show  takes  an important  subject  – how  we  face the  end  of life  and  how we  face  life itself  –  and shakes  it  up… And despite  the fact  it  may  at  first seem  like  a depressing  subject,  The Death  Show  is both  fun  and life-affirming. Weekend  Notes

“Truly  brilliant show.  Witty,  sad and  totally  relatable. Never  seen  anything like  it” Audience  member

“Nicholls  and Beck  took  the challenge  of  turning their  own  self-reflection  into something  to  share –  resulting  in comedy,  self-deprecation,  biological facts,  and  a Breakfast  Club  fist pump  in  the face  of  fear…delivered  through a  beautifully  balanced story  of  hope, humour  and  fear”  Birmingham  Review

“Incredibly  funny, sad,  thought  provoking and  life  affirming” Audience member

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