HOW FAR IS LUNCH?

110% true tales of tour guiding hell (may contain lies)

See that guy outside Buckingham Palace/London Eye/Edinburgh Castle with 50 bemused American kids and a raised umbrella?

He’s a Tour Director and he’s with his group every step of the way for two weeks through meltdowns, lost people/passports, bad grammar and the over-consumption of snack foods.

Join Marc Blake on a roller-coaster adventure as he spins around the UK, Ireland and France on a packed, poorly-ventilated coach. A tour can be heaven or hell, a movie in itself – be it rom-com or horror.

This 55-min show is an inclusive, fast-paced narrative that reveals the scams and the lies; plays fast and loose with history, geography and culture; and tells the shocking truth about our American cousins (they are mostly nice, and they tip).

So grab your phone-chargers and your fanny-packs and hop on board! (Lunch not provided).

Camden Fringe 2019

Monday August 12th to Sunday August 18th @ 4.30 pm

Tickets available from the Camden Fringe Box office or the Etcetera Theatre:

The Etcetera Theatre
The Oxford Arms
265 Camden High Street
London NW1 7BU Tel: 020 7482 4857

Marc Blake’s plays include

AREA 52

Written and directed by Marc Blake

Mother has had a fall. Son Adam and his new Canadian bride Megan have flown back to see her. Mother has lost none of her wiles and will do anything to keep him at home. It is just before Christmas.

Camden Fringe 2016 Area 52 review
Area 52 at Tristan Bates Theatre – review


Smothered

Written and directed by Marc Blake

Mother has had a fall. Son Adam and his new Canadian bride Megan have flown back to see her. Mother has lost none of her wiles and will do anything to keep him at home. It is just before Christmas.





Tabard Theatre

(SW1pe) TBA