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Police Cops in Space

Police Cops in Space

Police Cops in Space

Multi Award-Winning THE PRETEND MEN’s highly anticipated second show POLICE COPS IN SPACE debuted at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 and enjoyed a TOTAL SELL OUT run. The space age comedy blockbuster has received ‘across the board’ critical acclaim receiving only 4 and 5 star reviews, played to packed houses at The Cape Town Fringe Festival 2017 and transferred to London for a 2 week run at Soho Theatre.

After his father is killed by an evil robot, Sammy Johnson, the last Police Cop in the universe, blasts off in an unmanned escape pod. Now on a distant planet, Sammy must team up with Alien fighter pilot Ranger and his trusty Cyborg C9 as they embark on an intergalactic adventure across the galaxy to find Earth, avenge his father and become the best damn Police Cop in space.

POLICE COPS IN SPACE is an 80’s ‘low-fi sci-fi’ set in the most dangerous place on Earth…Space.


OFFICIAL SELL OUT SHOW
‘Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017’
★★★★
“Farce at its most intelligent” - GQ MAGAZINE

 

 

Tour Dates

UK Spring Tour 2018

  • The New Wolsey Theatre, IPSWICH - Feb 20th
  • Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, LINCOLN - Feb 22nd
  • Leicester Comedy Festival, LEICESTER - Feb 23rd
  • Slung Low’s HUB, LEEDS - Feb 25th
  • Harrogate Theatre, HARROGATE - Feb 26th
  • Sheffield University, SHEFFIELD - Feb 27th
  • The Lowry, SALFORD - March 1st - 3rd
  • The Quarry Theatre, BEDFORD - March 6th
  • The Bikeshed, EXETER - March 7 -11
  • The Wardrobe Theatre, BRISTOL - March 13-17
  • The Tolmen Centre, FALMOUTH - March 18th
  • Strode College, SOMERSET - March 19th 
  • Beaford Arts, DEVON (Venues TBA) - March 22-24th
  • The Arena Theatre, WOLVERHAMPTON - March 28th
  • Cornerstone, DIDCOT - March 29th
  • The Old Joint Stock Theatre, BIRMINGHAM - April 6th -7th
  • The Marlowe, CANTERBURY - April 14th
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Gallery

  • "You may not have heard of The Pretend Men group yet, but it won't be long before they're big stars"
    British Comedy Guide
  • “Funny. Very, very funny.”
    GQ’s ‘Three Incredible Shows not to miss’.