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Immerse yourself in mentalism + mind games with Australia’s Award-winning Comedian, Fri 9 Apr 8.30pm
Soho Theatre are thrilled to host Award-winning Australian comedian Lawrence Leung’s live online show that takes place on two sides of a screen: Lawrence’s and yours.
Performed on Zoom, this unique interactive comedy show (created over a batch of sourdough making whilst in lockdown), sees audiences taking part in hilarious mindgames, wicked experiments and…well, we don’t want to spoil it.
From the best seats in the house – your own – you will be guided through mini-experiences where the idea of “connection” will be explored in increasingly awesome ways.
Can participants read each other’s minds through a screen?
Will complete strangers discover remarkable coincidences?
Are we all connected?
All you need is an internet connection, and a Zoom access will be provided to this special live interactive event. Limited single tickets £10, and household tickets £15. Book your place now.
Lawrence Leung is a multi-award winning Australian comedian who has been performing internationally since 2001. He is known in comedy circles for his personal storytelling style, “social experiments”, quest-based solo shows and obsession with obscure or nerdy topics like puzzles, 80s childhood icons, con artists, psychology and ghosts. His TV work includes Lawrence Leung’s Choose Your Own Adventure and Lawrence Leung’s Unbelievable for the ABC and starring in Action/Comedy Maximum Choppage for ABC2. He is also a past winner of the Directors’ Choice Award at the Melbourne Magic Festival.
He appeared on Offspring as Dr Elvis Kwan and other appearances include Newton’s Law and Top of the Lake: China Girl, My Life is Murder and the new Australian ABC series Why Are You Like This? He has also written for a variety of TV shows including The Chaser’s War on Everything, The Family Law and The Feed.
Lawrence previous live shows at Soho Theatre include Lawrence Leung Wants a Jetpack, Beginning, Middle, End and Lawrence Leung Learns to Breakdance.
Tickets for Connected, at £10 for a single person and £15 for a household, can be bought here.