Jackie Mason, widely regarded as one of the greatest stand-up comics of all time, will play three successive shows at the legendary Adelphi Theatre in London on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of June 2015. Coming on the heels of the UK's general election, Mason's brand new show will be an evening of his trademark pungent satire, and brilliant observation, with a particular eye for the Anglo-American political scene, pop culture and current events. His latest targets include 50 Shades of Grey, the Kardashians, President Obama and Syria, the Milliband brothers, Madonna and the Apple Watch.
Now more popular than ever, Mason spends most of the year performing in Florida, Las Vegas, Atlantic City and every major city in between. He will bring this show to London after 15 weeks on the road in the US in 2015 alone. His last show ‘Fearless’ played to sell-out crowds at the Wyndhams’s Theatre in London’s West End. It was due to be his farewell UK show, but Mason says "At my age I'm supposed to have passed away a year and a half ago already, but since I'm still here I need to keep busy."
Beloved around the world, Jackie Mason has been honoured by many including South African President Nelson Mandela, the UK's Oxford University, and scores of other organizations. With eight Royal Command Performances for Queen Elizabeth II, Jackie has had the honour more than any other American entertainer, and is the only American to have hosted the show. Jackie Mason is based in New York, but he lives on the road entertaining his many loyal long-time fans and the legions of new fans he earns each year.