For the second time this year, John Cleese will be in Victoria to regale audiences with his humour.
This November, the English actor and Monty Python icon is sharing his wealth of humour with 4 Canadian cities and will be making a stop in Victoria on November 4th.
His show, “Why There is No Hope”, is coming back to BC’s capital by popular demand after amusing audiences back in June 2019.
In November 2014, Cleese toured in Victoria to talk about his autobiography titled “So Anyway”. Before that, he brought his talents to the McPherson Playhouse in October 2013.
Cleese first introduced his comedic genius to the world as a member of the Monty Python troupe in the 1960s, followed by a career of writing, producing, and acting in hits like “A Fish Called Wanda” and “Fawlty Towers”.
His screenplay for “A Fish Called Wanda” even earned him an Oscar nomination!
Tickets for his November 4th show start at $101.50, and seats are selling fast so make sure to book yours ASAP.
- When: Monday, November 4th, 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.
- Where: Royal Theatre & McPherson Playhouse, 3 Centennial Square
- Admission: Tickets start at $101.50. Click here to purchase.