Friday 5 February   20:30   Room: Main Room 
£5.00/£3.00   Entry Requirements: 18+

Following the enormous success of Harry Potter and the Inappropriate Halloween at the Leicester Square Theatre Laugh Out London are back with another one of their incredibly popular Harry Potter comedy shows!

Harry, Ginny, Ron and Hermione are off to Edinburgh festival to indulge in one of Harry’s many ego boosting ideas. Since Harry spent his inherited Gringott’s fortune on a big butter-beer blow-out-weekend the gang have pulled together some old-friends to help out raise funds.

Witness a cabaret night like you’ve never seen before – all taking place in Hogwarts majestic grand hall – expect turns from the characters you know and love including: Dumbledore, Bellatrix LeStrange, Draco Malfoy, Neville Longbottom, Hagrid and Minerva McGonagall.

“side-splittingly hilarious” – Mugglenet

“the closest thing we have to a modern-day Comic Strip” – Chortle

Written by and starring…

✨✨ Adam Larter as Harry Potter ✨✨
“isn’t something that would fit into a normal comedy club” The Skinny
“A sharp satirical mind”, The Independent

✨✨ Eleanor Morton as Ginny Weasley ✨✨
‘The Poster Girl for Awkward’ Chortle
‘Charmingly Whimsical’ The Guardian

✨✨ Matt Tedford as Ron Weasley ✨✨
Start of Margaret Thatcher, Queen of Soho
“Matthew Tedford gives a 5-star performance”
“an immense natural comic talent and with any luck should become a more familiar face on the nation’s TV screens” Attitude Magazine

✨✨ Marny Godden as Hermione Granger ✨✨
“The ability to draw a laugh with a look” – Broadway Baby
“A promising eccentric” – The Scotsman

✨✨ Joz Norris as Draco Malfoy✨✨
“A born entertainer” – Chortle
“Jerk” – Timeout

As various other characters…

✨✨ Cassie Atkinson ✨✨
“The most vivacious presence on stage” Financial Times
“Future national treasure, bringing wonderfully strange characters to life” ToDoList

✨✨ Jon Brittain ✨✨
Comedy genius behind cult-hit Maggie Thatcher Queen of Soho.

✨✨ Sooz Kempner ✨✨
Funny Women Variety Award Winner 2012
Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer 2010

✨✨ Gareth Morinan ✨✨
“A unique force to be reckoned with” – Chortle
“Constantly surprising” – Fringe Biscuit

✨✨ Laurence Owen ✨✨
“Ridiculously clever… Everything parody should be”
Kate Copstick, The Scotsman