Myra DuBois - Be Well

Myra DuBois: Be Well Tickets

Peacock Theatre, London
Booking to 16 September 2023
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Drag icon Myra DuBois brings her acid-tongued comedy to London, with her one-woman show Myra DuBois: Be Well.

In her hit new show that caused a storm at the Edinburgh Fringe, Myra DuBois calls out to the disadvantaged, downtrodden and tyrannised of the world with her manifesto for mental health: AdMyrism! But are you ready to receive the call?

Leaving audiences in physical pain from laughter, Myra’s ‘take no prisoners’ brand of rapid-fire comedy is to be seen to be believed!

Myra DuBois’s credits include Britain’s Got Talent (ITV), The John Bishop Show (BBC1), Big Brother’s Bit on the Side (Five), Pointless Celebrities (BBC), Queens For The Night (ITV), and movie of “Everyone’s Talking About Jamie”.

Myra DuBois: Be Well is playing at the Peacock Theatre in London from 13 to 16 September 2023.

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Reviews of Myra DuBois: Be Well

"Incredibly quick-witted comedy" - THE SCOTSMAN
"Raucous" - NEW YORK TIMES
"Hilarious!" - BOY GEORGE
"Myra DuBois is a comic genius, if you don’t believe me… ask HER!" - BIANCA DEL RIO
“Acid-tongued, funny to the bone” - TIMEOUT

Show Information

Performance dates
Booking to 16 September 2023
Age restrictions
Running time
1 hour and 40 minutes (including interval)
Performance days
Evenings: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Performance information is for guidance only. Check booking calendar for details.

Important Notes

Age guidance:

Strict Age guidance of 18 years plus. Contains adult themes and strong language.

Venue Information

Peacock Theatre, Portugal Street, London, WC2A 2HT
Nearest Tube or Train: Holborn (Central line, Piccadilly line), Temple (District line, Circle line)
Nearest Buses: 1, 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243, 501, 505, 521, X68

Ticket Information

Official London Theatre tickets for  Myra DuBois: Be Well at the Peacock Theatre, London

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News about Myra DuBois: Be Well

Myra DuBois West End and UK tour 2023 announced
Comedian and drag star Myra DuBois is taking her Myra BuBois: Be Well tour out to the UK in 2023, and performing for a month at the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She will also play the Peacock Theatre in London from 13 to 16 September 2023 - book tickets here. Myra starts the tour at the Theatre Royal Bath on 29 July, before a month-long residency at the Pleasance KingDome in Edinburgh from 2 to 27 August 2023 (excluding 14 August). She then visits London and a host of destinations including Ilkley, Leamington Spa, Southend, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Carlisle, Cambridge, Cardiff, Oxford, Nottingham, Swindon, Birmingham, Newbury, Liverpool, and Brighton. Be Well is billed a sardonic side-eye at the Wellness industry, with DuBois delivering her unpredictable, intelligent, sharp-tongued character comedy, and zeroing in on celebs including Shirley MacLaine and Gwyneth Paltrow. Myra DuBois will be supported on the UK tour by comedian Frank Lavender. He is also performing at Edinburgh, in his show “Be Funny” at Just the Tonic’s La Belle Angele at 5pm from 3 to 27 August (excludes 14 August). Both Myra DuBois and Frank Lavender are comic creations of character comedian Gareth Joyner. Book tickets to Myra DuBois: Be Well at the Peacock Theatre in London Myra DuBois - Tour Dates 2023 29 July - BATH THEATRE ROYAL 2 - 27 August (not 14 August) - EDINBURGH PLEASANCE DOME 13 - 16 September - PEACOCK THEATRE, LONDON - Book tickets 29 Setpember - SALFORD THE LOWRY 1 October - BELFAST LIMELIGHT 4 October - ILKLEY KINGS HALL5 October - LEAMINGTON SPA SPA CENTRE6 October - SOUTHEND PALACE THEATRE12 October - EDINBURGH THE STAND14 October - GLASGOW THE STAND15 October - NEWCASTLE THE STAND 18 October - DONCASTER CAST 19 October - CARLISLE OLD FIRE STATION20 October - CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION 21 October - BRISTOL REDGRAVE THEATRE 25 October - CARDIFF GLEE CLUB29 October - OXFORD GLEE CLUB2 November - NOTTINGHAM GLEE CLUB4 November - SWINDON ARTS CENTRE8 November - BIRMINGHAM GLEE CLUB9 November - NEWBURY CORN EXCHANGE10 November - LIVERPOOL PLAYHOUSE 11 November - WHITEHAVEN ROSEHILL THEATRE(br> 14 November - LONDON THE COMEDY STORE15 November - BRIGHTON KOMEDIA More about Myra DuBois - from Myra DuBois! Myra DuBois is the acid-tongued comedic force of nature whose quick-wit and unrivalled crowd work has been taking the UK by storm for over a decade. A 21st Centenary renascence woman from England’s North, Myra uses her skills as an actress, author, wellness guru, energy worker, Gemini, and (dare we forget) singer, to enrich each member of her audience personally. So popular is Myra’s ‘take-no-prisoners’ style amongst her fans, the ‘AdMyras’, that fighting for front row seats is a frequent occurrence at her shows. Springing forward from the Burlesque scene, Myra has trodden the boards of such prestigious stages as the London Palladium, the London Hippodrome, the Royal Festival Hall, and the Soho Theatre to name but four. Myra has opened for Bianca Del Rio on Del Rio’s 2018 & 2022 UK tours, and Myra’s own solo show ‘DEAD FUNNY’ premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019 before transferring for a two-week run at the Sydney Opera House, followed by a UK tour launched at the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End. The show was filmed for an exclusive special on comedy streaming service; NextUp Comedy. She has since turned her hand to healing the public with her interactive self-help seminar “A Problem Shared” which was a cult hit at the Edinburgh Fringe and is set for a run at the Soho Theatre in May 2023. This article was originally published on 30 March 2023, and updated on 24 July 2023.

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