3Pm Wednesday 4th December 2013 Nunhead Height

I never feel happiness.
The closest I come to happiness is the feeling of relief.

Today I feel relieved that my show this Sunday the 8th of December 2013 at the Leicester Square Theatre is SOLD OUT.

This is my first sold out show in twenty years of comedy. The first.

No tickets are available for Lewis Schaffer: American in London. Period. Full stop. Or bosh! as the English say. Don’t believe me? Click here.

Now, I can move on to being stressed about next season.

Dates at the Leicester Square Theatre for 2014 are…

Sundays at 8:30 PM
February 2nd and 16th
March 2nd, 16th, and 30th
and April 13th.

The Lounge at the Leicester Square Theatre
6 Leicester Square Place
London WC2H 7BX

One thought on “My first sold-out show in my 20 years of comedy.

  1. In support of Jim Davidson OBE and his right to freedom of speech, and the crap he’s getting whilst appearing on Big Brother I googled a joke I made up to see if it or something similar was out there, I’m sure I’ve heard something like what I wrote but found your worst fringe post about the two wheelchair users. I used these words in defense of Jim saying he wouldn’t perform a routine with disabled people in the front row and gave this as a possible reason why.

    In his early career I was at a Jim Davidson OBE stand up show, front row was full of people in wheelchairs, he made a joke about disability and they must of been insulted because the all got up and walked out…

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