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Menier Chocolate Factory, London
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Age Restrictions: This production is recommended for ages 13+.
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Alex Edelman's Just For Us - a wise and witty monologue that explores all from his career!

Just For Us takes the audience through hilarious anecdotes from Alex Edelman’s life — his Olympian brother AJ, an unconventional holiday season, and a gorilla that can do sign language — but at its centre is an astonishing and frighteningly relevant story. After a string of antisemitic abuse is directed at Edelman online, he decides to covertly attend a gathering of White Nationalists in New York City and comes face to face with the people behind the keyboards. The result is a hair-raising encounter that gives Just For Us its title and final, jaw-dropping twist.
The production reunites Edelman with director Adam Brace – who have collaborated since 2014.

Venue information

Menier Chocolate Factory
Menier Chocolate Factory
53 Southwark Street

The Menier Chocolate Factory is an off-West End theatre located on Southwark Street, London, and comprises a theatre, restaurant, bar, and rehearsal space.  Hailed by the Evening Standard as being "one of the most dynamic fringe venues in London", the Menier Chocolate Factory stages plays, and musicals, and hosts live music as well as stand-up comedy. 

The Menier Chocolate Factory: History and Awards

The theatre occupies, as the name suggests, an old chocolate factory building that had been abandoned and left derelict since the 1980's. Revived and re-opened in 2004 as The Menier Chocolate Factory, the theatre is managed by artistic director David Babani, and has received awards and praise for performances and the unique venue itself. Just a year after its opening, the theatre received the Peter Brook/Empty Space Up and Coming Venue Award, and in the same year also swept up the Evening Standard Milton Shulman Award of Outstanding Newcomer.

The Chocolate Factory had another successful year in 2007 with the production of the Stephen Sondheim musical Sunday in the Park with George, which one a full 5 Olivier Awards, some of which included Best Actor in a Musical (Daniel Evans) as well as Best Actress in a Musical (Jenna Russell). 2009 saw more Olivier Awards for Chocolate Factory productions with Douglas Hodge winning Best Actor in a Musical for his performance of Zaza in La Cage aux Folles. The production also won Best Musical Revival.

The Menier Chocolate Factory has since continued to produce a medley of productions from musicals and play revivals to stand-up comedy, live music, and new writing.

Throughout its history, The Menier Chocolate Factory building has been inspired by both individuality and the pursuit of quality. Built in 1870 to house a chocolate factory, this unique space now comprises a restaurant and bar, rehearsal room and 150 seat theatre. Having maintained the original exposed wooden beams, unusual cast iron columns and an amazing brick feature interior, the Chocolate Factory is a stimulating environment to enjoy a high-quality and entertaining theatrical experience.

Productions at The Menier Chocolate Factory include:

Americana Absurdum by Brian Parks The UK premiere of Fully Committed by Becky Mode Murderer by Anthony Shaffer The European premier of Tick, Tick… Boom! by Jonathan Larson The world premiere of What We Did to Weinstein by Ryan Craig The award winning revival of Sunday in the Park with George by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine Total Eclipse by Christopher Hampton The award winning La Cage aux Folles by Jerry Herman and Harvey Fierstein The Invisible Man by Ken Hill The Common Pursuit by Simon Gray Sweet Charity by Neil Simon A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler Forbidden Broadway by Gerard Alessandrini SMASH! by Jack Rosenthal The European premiere of Road Show by Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman

Travel by train: Nearest tube: London Bridge

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