23RD - 25TH MAY 7.15PM

"I suppose it's the way we do it in Britain. Women don't gather and weep for days; we don't anoint the dead and bind them in swaddling; we don't sit around a fire roasting rabbits or dance until we're on the floor. We buy a sympathy card and send it. Or take round lasagna. I f**king hate lasagna."

Inspired by the death of her own mother - TV comedy director Liddy Oldroyd (Drop the Dead Donkey, Gimme Gimme Gimme) - comedienne Amy Gwilliam brings MUMMY back to London. To the cabaret, where she belongs.

"Teetering on the edge between hilarity and devastation, it challenges us to rethink the space we give ourselves to love and grieve." (Fringe Review, Brighton)

"Achingly, brilliantly creative; warm, funny, devastating" (Prague Fringe Review)

"Oh SH*t. Go see MUMMY. I have no words." (@tomas_ford, Perth Comedy)

"Sublime, ridiculous" (One Stop Arts, London)

Written & performed by Amy Gwilliam

Co-created & directed by Sophie Larsmon

Sound Design by Jo Walker

Produced by Solar Productions

With thanks to Jenny Lee & Lucy Hopkins

Twitter: @amy_gwilliam_ @sophie_solar


Seventeen years ago, during break, Elizabeth lost her mother. She was sixteen. Two days later, she started her period. Ouch.

Today, a celebrated Egyptologist, Profesor Niccoll has returned as Guest of Honour to her secondary school's annual Alumni event. She has chosen to use the platform to promote her new book: MUMMY or the Art of Saying Goodbye.

She knows everything about death. She thinks.

But confronted by ghosts of her past, memories stir and a Mummy returns.

The time has come to unwind.

Concession tickets available for student, seniors, and under 26's- valid ID will be required on arrival at the venue.


Before and during the shows, cocktails, wines, champagnes and snacks are available. We would also encourage you to enjoy a meal in the Brasserie before or after a performance.


See individual shows for times