Mr P has been a primary school teacher for over 12 years. He still works part-time in school and leads training in schools all over the UK and beyond. From sharing ideas and funny insights into life in the classroom, he has now become one of the most followed teachers on social media in the UK.
3 years ago, alongside his younger brother (who also works in a school) he started the award-winning podcast - Two Mr Ps in a Podcast. In a year, it has been the number one education podcast and amassed over 3 million listens. In August 2021, they are releasing their highly anticipated first book - ‘Put A Wet Paper Towel On It - The Weird and Wonderful World of Primary Schools’.
Sharing funny stories from the front line of teaching, this live show will see the Two Mr Ps reminiscing on their own school days and looking at the wonderful and hilarious world of education. Anyone who went to school will enjoy and relate to this brilliant new show.
This show is at full capacity with unreserved seating and standing room with no distancing, the bar is open customers order and collect at the bar. We advise arriving for door to get seats
Please limit socialising to no more than three households during your visit.
QR code track and trace check-in is available on arrival before entry. All customers will be asked to complete this.
As per Government Guidance and Updated Venue Policy, we suggest customers take a lateral flow test (LFT) on the day of your visit. Proof of certificate checks are not currently required before entry. This if for your own peace of mind and the safety of others.
We ask you to wear a mask at all times during your visit unless you have a medical exemption. This includes during the performance and when moving around the venue. Your mask may be removed temporarily when taking a drink or eating.
We offer 100% refunds. Anyone with symptoms should not attend and contact [email protected]. We will arrange a full refund as quickly as possible but please bear with us during busy periods.
Please note our venue policy update above takes into account Scottish and English government recommendations and legislation. Keep safe and thank you for supporting live comedy.