Dawn French performs her brilliant 30 Million Minutes show at London’s Vaudeville Theatre.
Dawn French London residency
Updated: 13 July 2016
After a sold-out tour in 2014, Dawn French will bring her critically-acclaimed 30 Million Minutes show to London.
The comedian will perform at the Vaudeville Theatre in London from 18 October until 22 October. The final day of the show – Saturday 22 October – will include matinee and evening performances.
Produced by the award-winning British theatre director Michael Grandage, Dawn French’s 30 Million Minutes show is her first live show in six years, while it was her first solo tour.
About Dawn French
Dawn French has enjoyed an extensive career as a comedian, writer and actress. She has starred in TV shows, films and on stage, earned seven BAFTA Award nominations and written a best-selling novel.
Dawn French became a household name when she starred and wrote the comedy series French and Saunders with Jenifer Saunders. The show ran from 1987 – 2007 and spanned over seven series. In 2009 French and Saunders were awarded with the BAFTA Fellowship.
While starring in French and Saunders she took the lead role in The Vicar Of Dibley, which was created by Richard Curtis. The role was written for its leading actress and aired in 1994. It quickly became one of Britain’s most-love comedy series, and Dawn French was nominated for a BAFTA for the Best Comedy Performance in The Vicar of Dibley.
Dawn French toured the UK during summer 2014, which was her first solo tour and first live shows in six years. The shows combined play, monologue and an autobiographical slide show with lots of laughs and was produced by Michael Grandage.