James & Jamesy in the Dark
by James & Jamesy
James & Jamesy - Sussex, UK
V.16 - PTE – Mainstage 
5 STARS "Hilarious theatre with fearless players" - London Free Press

British comedy masters, Canadian Comedy Award winners, 20-time Best of Fest winners and three-time London Impresario Award winners James & Jamesy (2 for Tea/High Tea) return with a remarkable feat of theatrical ingenuity - a daring, hilarious and exquisitely choreographed comedy performed...in the dark.

5 STARS "Are you still in the dark about why James & Jamesy are one of the most popular Fringe duos ever? Better snap up tickets now. Trust me, you'll see the light." – CBC

Show Info:
75 Mins
Tickets: $12


Warnings: Smoke or Fog
Wed July 18 6:00 PM
Thu July 19 8:00 PM
Fri July 20 5:30 PM
Sat July 21 3:15 PM
Sun July 22 9:00 PM
Mon July 23 7:00 PM
Tue July 24 10:15 PM
Wed July 25 3:15 PM
Thu July 26 9:15 PM
Fri July 27 5:15 PM
Sat July 28 10:00 PM
Sun July 29 12:15 PM

James & Jamesy in the Dark

James & Jamesy—

Finding new and interesting ways to present a show can be a challenge, and playing with the lighting the way these two do is one of the more original ideas I’ve seen. It must have been a nightmare for the technician. Although, while it’s cute for the first 20 minutes, I found the middle of the show dragged, and then picked right back up in the last half hour. The kids in the audience disagreed, and proved the performers have a very strong instinct when it comes to playing with children. This is a fun one to take the kids to, even if they need a touch of a reminder that this is marketed as family friendly sometimes.

Arden Pruden

James & Jamesy in the Dark

James & Jamesy—PTE – Mainstage

The dynamic duo from the UK are back to shed some light, well, in the dark. This whimsical pair start in the dark, and proceed to playfully use huge headlamps to come into reality, first with themselves then later with the audience. Squeaking, sighing, body contortions, puppet with body parts, there’s nothing these Brits don’t experiment with. Absolutely a joy to watch this kinds of theatre with these inventing characters. Oh, there’s no tea in this one, however you can win a basket of tea in the entrance.

Kevin Campbell