David Johnson, John Mackay & Soho Theatre present

Rubberbandits: Continental Fistfight

  • Thu 30 Jan – Sat 22 Feb, 9.30pm
  • Previews, Mon & Tue £10, Wed & Thu £15 (£12.50), Fri & Sat £20 (£17.50)

To book for the October dates of Continental Fistfight please click here

Rubberbandits: Continental Fistfight

To book for the October dates of Continental Fistfight please click here

DIRECT FROM LIMERICK! The plastic-bag wearing musical comedy duo – the Chortle Award winners responsible for YouTube sensation ‘Horse Outside’ – return after two sold-out 2013 seasons to smack Soho in the face again with their high-energy, marvellously silly BRAND NEW SHOW.

‘Devilishly sharp satire.’ ★★★★ Time Out

CONTINENTAL FISTFIGHT will be packed with dazzling new songs, great big hits and at least one puppet.

RUBBERBANDITS are ribbed for your pleasure.

Are you a Hipster or a Hobo? See brilliant brand new Rubberbandits song and video here

MALCOLM HARDEE AWARD FOR COMIC ORIGINALITY WINNERS 2012

CHORTLE AWARDBEST MUSICAL COMEDY WINNERS 2012

www.rubberbandits.com

THIS IS A STANDING EVENT

For ages 18+
Running time: Approx 65 minutes

‘A riotous up-yours to the Establishment… an exhilarating night out … leaves you growling for more.’ ★★★★ Metro

‘Banging choons … deep, devilishly sharp satire.’ ★★★★ Time Out – No 1. Critics Choice

The Daily Mail’s nightmare of a feral underclass… wild and winning.
★★★★ Guardian

‘If you like your comedy riotously of the moment, this is a wild place to start.’
★★★★ Metro

‘‘The Rubberbandits take the leap from “very funny” to “actual genius” … brilliantly funny … superb … complex, dark and eminently danceable.’ Telegraph

Subversive genius … this is a big phat funny hour from a trio carved from the funnybone of Ireland.’ ★★★★ Scotsman

‘Transgressive, but terrific.’ ★★★★ Times

‘With sold beats and a sweet turn of rhythm, this would be a fine gig in itself; add the rapping and hilarious comedy and you have yourself a spectacle.’ ★★★★★ Three Weeks

‘Shockingly bad taste.’ ★★★★ Fest

Feral Funk.’ Independent

‘They’ve got the rhymes and the stage presence that compel an audience to dance, crowd-surf and clamber atop shoulders.’ Chortle