Scott Capurro’s Position

March 30, 2010 by  
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Scott Capurro’s Position

Venue: Royal Vauxhall Tavern

Dates:   1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th April, 6th May

Tickets: £9      Box Office: 0207 820 1222

After unprecedented public demand, the live comedy chat show Scott Capurro’s Position returns to the RVT for 5 shows from 1st April weekly until 6th May.  In his unique style, Scott will be interviewing household names alongside comic favourites entwined with some stand up and a smattering of music.  Expect the unexpected when a plethora of eclectic guests are put though their paces in ‘Scott Capurro’s Position’ – a show not to be missed.

Thurs 1st April – Features Matt Lucas – who can currently be seen on screen in Tim Burton’s version of the classic ‘Alice In Wonderland’ playing Tweedle Dum & Tweedle Dee alongside Johnny Depp.  Plus, Barb Jungr — an English singer-songwriter, composer and writer. She is perhaps best known as a chansonnier, or singer of chansons—in the sense of classic, lyric-driven French songs.

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Thursday 8th April   – Features Russell Tovey – best known for his part in History Boys, Dr Who and more recently the Werewolf in Being Human. Plus, George Galloway -British politician, author and broadcaster, who has been a Member of Parliament since 1987, and is known for his anti-war views.

Thursday 15th April  – Features Jane Turner – Australian actress, comedian and Logie Award winning comedy writer best known for her role as Kath in Kath & Kim, which she wrote and produced. Also, Dame Vivienne Westwood — DBE, RDI – a British fashion icon largely responsible for bringing modern punk and new wave fashions into the mainstream with her award winning and unique designs.

Other guests include

Ivan Massow - entrepreneur and British businessman. Nicholas de Jongh – the theatre critic and playwright. Britt Ekland – Swedish actress and long-time resident in the United Kingdom. Victor Spinetti –  Welsh comic actor who sprang to international prominence in three Beatles’ films in the 1960s. Shappi Khorsandi – Iranian-born,

Russell ToveyUK-raised comedienne and author. Jimmy Carr – comedian, known for his deadpan delivery and dark humour. Stephen Merchant – best known as the co-writer of the popular sitcoms The Office and as the co-writer and a co-star of Extras. Nina Conti – the British actress, comedienne and ventriloquist. Her onstage puppet sidekick is a depressed monkey named Monk.

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