Tristram Shandy At The Tabard Theatre

New adaptation of Laurence Stern's anti-novel


18 Feb – 1 Mar 2014

Book online at or 0208 995 6035 The Tabard Box Office.

Tabard Theatre, 2 Bath Road, London W4 1LW

Tube: Turnham Green (Next door to theatre). Buses: 27, 94, 267, 337, 391, E3, H91.

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The Tabard Theatre has teamed up with innovative theatre company Micawber to present the world premiere of a new adaptation of  Tristram Shandy: Gentleman,  Laurence Sterne’s celebrated anti-novel.

Follow Tristram Shandy, himself as narrator and commentator, as he attempts to tell his life story as fully as he knows how. Will he ever manage to get through it all? A fast-paced romp through Sterne’s madcap world of diverse characters and plans gone disastrously awry. We meet Tristram’s constantly thwarted father, his gentle uncle Captain Toby Shandy, and many more.   

Laurence Sterne was an 18th century Anglo-Irish novelist and vicar, best known for his novel  The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman.

Published in nine volumes over the course of seven years, its bawdy humour was popular with London society and has come to be seen as one of the greatest comic novels in English. A film, based upon the making of a film of Sterne's metafictional novel, was made in 2006 as  A Cock and Bull Story  and starred Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon.  

This new adaptation by Callum Hale of Sterne's landmark novel recreates the salacious world of Tristram Shandy and plays a limited run at the Tabard Theatre.

Tristram Shandy, Gentleman plays at The Tabard Theatre from Tuesday 18 February to Saturday 1 March (Tues – Sat 7:30pm) . Tickets are priced £16/ £14 concession.

January 31, 2014

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