Join Harry Enfield and many of the stars of The Windsors, Channel Four’s irreverent royal spoof, live on stage, as they hit the West End in The Windsors: Endgame this summer!
Like all good soap operas, this is the story of intergenerational conflict, with Wills challenging his father for the crown and Camilla determined to see him off and rule the land with an iron fist. Wills needs Harry and Meghan’s help if he’s ever going to triumph – but will they come back from California and their authentic life with their rescue chickens? And how will Beatrice and Eugenie ever clear their father, Prince Andrew’s name?
Written by the creators of the TV series, George Jeffrie and Bert Tyler-Moore, directed by Michael Fentiman (Amelie) and featuring songs, sword fights and snogging competitions, this show has everything you need to beat the lockdown blues!
Age recommendation: 12+
It’s all good fun and existing subjects of ‘The Windsors’ won’t be disappointed
Disgusting, vulgar, and rude. And the audience love every minute of it
As an irreverent, very naughty, and laugh out loud comedy, it works
Wonderful to look at, hilariously entertaining
Flies the Union Jack for British satire
Think it’s too soon for Prince Andrew jokes? Don’t go and see The Windsors
Brilliant acting but content that sadly steps over the line
A big-budget panto with a solid cast and some easy gags
Fitfully pointed fun
Uproariously funny and unashamedly rubbish
Blustering good fun
A right royal disaster