Get ready to experience the funniest and most outrageous musical of 2023 with Idiots Assemble: Spitting Image at the Phoenix Theatre.
Packed with satire, over 100 unforgettable puppets and a star-studded cast of characters, this West End show promises to have you on the edge of your seat. Prepare yourself for a night of laughter and entertainment as you see the world-renowned Spitting Image puppets take to the London stage.
What is Idiots Assemble: Spitting Image about?
Watch as Tom Cruise is tasked by King Charles III with saving the nation from evil forces, including all the usual suspects…and James Corden. See this tiny version of the Top Gun hero wrestle with your favourite villains with the help of celebrity misfits such as Greta Thunberg, Meghan Markle and Tyson Fury. With appearances from other colourful characters, Ant and Dec, Donald Trump, Elon Musk, RuPaul, Vladimir Putin, and many more.
With a cast of over 100 grotesque, larger-than-life latex puppets, this hilarious extravaganza is inspired by real life. A satirical comedy loosely based on current and recent events, drawing inspiration from the iconic TV shows from the 80s and 90s. Written by powerhouse comedy team Al Murray, Matt Forde, and double-Olivier award winner Sean Foley, this must-see satire will leave you in stitches.
With a blend of songs, dancing, and a complete lack of respect for anyone, Idiots Assemble: Spitting Image the Musical promises to deliver a unique and hilarious experience that you won't find in any other musical.
Where is the show taking place?
The highly anticipated production of Idiots Assemble is showing at the Phoenix Theatre, found on Charing Cross Road and a short walking distance from Tottenham Court Road Station.
How to get tickets?
How long is the show?
The play lasts two hours and 35 minutes, including one interval.
When are the evening performances taking place?
Idiots Assemble: Spitting Image is showing Tuesdays to Saturdays at 7:30 pm.
Are there any matinees?
Matinee performances are on Thursdays and Saturdays at 2:30pm, and on Sundays at 3pm.
What age is the musical suitable for?
The show is recommended for anyone aged 16 and above. The musical contains strong language and features flashing lights and haze effects.
What other shows can I see in London?
See another musical like no other with Showstopper The Improvised Musical at the Cambridge Theatre and play a role in getting this musical running. Or witness another one of a kind theatrical production with The Play That Goes Wrong at the Duchess Theatre and witness a cast in the midst of a turmoil.