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Dawn French: Thirty Million Minutes – Vaudeville Theatre, London

  Writer: Dawn French Director: Michael Grandage Reviewer: Maryam Philpott There are many faces to Dawn French and, after a long career in comedy, you may think you’ve seen them all. But in her - somewhat sentimental - new show,Thirty Million Minutes, she shows us a new side entirely, one that is perhaps closest to who she really is. In ...

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Dawn French: 30 Million Minutes – The Lowry, Salford

Director: Michael Grandage Reviewer: Donna Kelly Believe it or not, 30 Million Minutes is actually Dawn French’s first ever solo tour. The Queen of British comedy may have been entertaining audiences since 1982 as one half of successful female double act French and Saunders, but it’s taken 32 years for the award-winning comedienne to take to the stage on a ...

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Dawn French, 30 Million Minutes – Alhambra Theatre, Bradford

Writer: Dawn French Director: Michael Grandage Reviewer: Rob Atkinson One undeniable truth from The Universal Handbook of the Blindingly Obvious goes as follows: Dawn French is a very funny woman. She has demonstrated this in a variety of ways throughout her long and successful career; via sketch-based revues, Comic Relief stage appearances, highly successful sitcoms (including the peerless Vicar of ...

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30 Million Minutes – Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Writer: Dawn French Director: Michael Grandage Reviewer: John Roberts 30 Million Minutes or as close to 56 years as you are likely to get, is the title to Dawn French’s touching and often hilarious one woman show which charts a side of the comic’s life which we very often don’t get change to see. 30 Million Minutes doesn’t cover her ...

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