Run time: 110 mins

The Amy Schumer brand of studio comedy rests on the notion that she is Everywoman, which means that when she approaches the front desk of a spin class studio in the opening moments, we know where it is going.


Schumer plays Renee, a woman stuck in an unglamorous job, forever being made to feel lesser by bar staff, shop workers and men who reject her online. After being inspired by the movie Big, she makes a wish to be beautiful and the following day, after an accident in a cycling class, she wakes up to a different reflection. The setup allows Schumer to do her thing, but it’s Michelle Williams as Renee’s new boss is the real comedic highlight. Her character a piece of Kleenex personified; somewhere between Gwyneth Paltrow and that crying ghost in the Harry Potter films that lives in the bathroom. It’s fabulous to see Williams, so often typecast as the tragic woman, really do a character; it’s even more fun to see her kill it. Come for Schumer, stay for Williams. (Jack Whiting) For Michelle W being funny, I just might have to, but probably wont.


Friday 13th July
07:30 pm
Tuesday 26th June
14:00
Tuesday 26th June
19:30
Wednesday 27th June
14:00
Wednesday 27th June
19:30
LAST FEW SEATS
Thursday 28th June
14:00
Thursday 28th June
19:30
Sunday 1st July
18:00
Monday 2nd July
14:00
Monday 2nd July
19:30
Friday 29th June
19:30
SINGLE SEATS
Saturday 30th June
19:00
LAST FEW SEATS
Saturday 7th July
14:00
Saturday 7th July
19:00
Saturday 30th June
14:00
Thursday 26th July
14:00
Tuesday 3rd July
14:00
Tuesday 3rd July
19:30
Wednesday 4th July
14:00
Wednesday 4th July
19:30
Thursday 5th July
19:30
Thursday 5th July
14:00
Tuesday 10th July
14:00
Tuesday 10th July
19:30
Sunday 8th July
18:00
Monday 9th July
14:00
Wednesday 11th July
14:00
Wednesday 11th July
19:30
Thursday 12th July
14:00
Thursday 12th July
19:30
Saturday 14th July
19:00
Tuesday 17th July
14:00
Tuesday 17th July
19:30
Thursday 19th July
14:00
Monday 30th July
19:30
Sunday 15th July
18:00
Thursday 19th July
19:30
Monday 16th July
14:00
Monday 16th July
19:30
Wednesday 18th July
14:00
Wednesday 18th July
19:30
Friday 20th July
19:30
Saturday 21st July
14:00
Saturday 21st July
19:00
Monday 23rd July
14:00
Tuesday 31st July
14:00
Sunday 22nd July
18:00
Tuesday 24th July
14:00
Tuesday 24th July
19:30
Wednesday 25th July
19:30
Friday 27th July
19:30
Saturday 28th July
19:00