Last chance to see The Boy with Tape on his Face: Cornucopia


The Boy with Tape on his Face has fast become one of the most memorable comedy acts in recent years, taking his unique mime routines all over the world.

Fans of the fascinating artist now have a limited amount of time to book tickets to see him live, as he introduces his latest show Cornucopia.

The one-off performance, which is taking place at London's Palace Theatre on Monday (December 16th), promises to be The Boy's most unique production yet, and features a crop of special guests, from fellow comedians to dancers and clowns.

Among the famous faces making an appearance in the show are Terry Alderton, Imran Yusuf, Beardyman, Stuart Goldsmith, Mat Ricardo and Josephine Shaker.

The Boy himself will be orchestrating the evening, "armed with only a humble remote control," according to the event website, and "will channel surf you through an evening of enticing entertainment that would melt your iPlayer".

Born Sam Willis, The Boy with Tape on his Face originates from New Zealand but has seen his one-man show achieve great critical acclaim in the UK, and he now resides in London.

Before his move to England, Willis' one-of-a-kind routine received high praise at the Melbourne Comedy Festival in March 2008.

If you're a regular on London's comedy circuit and would relish the chance to watch a bright young talent take to the stage, then catching The Boy's upcoming Cornucopia show is a must. Particularly if you're staying in one of the many London hotels nearby, there's no excuse not to.

Admission prices vary depending on whereabouts in the theatre you book seats, with the cheapest tickets in the balcony costing £15 and the most expensive in the dress circle and stalls priced at £35. Don't miss your chance to see this rising star while you can.