MARVELus: All The Marvel Movies... Kind Of

Sat 2nd Nov / 7:30pm / Exchange Studio

Tickets: £13.50 & £11.50 Concessions


12+ Age Restriction

Direct from a second sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and a critically acclaimed tour of Australia and New Zealand, the world's premier nerd-culture double-act, The Just Us League, bring their hit, marvel-based show ‘MARVELus’ to the Hazlitt Theatre for one night only! 

The show draws from hugely popular MARVEL movies to create it’s comedy, squeezing (almost) all the films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe into one action-packed hour of laughs. 

Using their signature high-energy style to create short, punchy sketches, it's weapons-free comedy that takes no prisoners. High-octane, channel- surfing hilarity for your inner nerd. 
MARVEL fans are certainly advised to book their tickets early, as MARVELus (Nominee Best Comedy Show - Fringe World Perth 2018) has proved a runaway hit on both sides of the world to date “The response has been amazing. We had die-hard fans, casual fans and even people who had never seen the movies shaking our hands as they left the show. Lots of people have returned several times during a single run”, says Tro 

The tour is set to take in cities across the UK with over 20 dates currently & more to be confirmed: “We’re so excited to be taking our show on tour! With the arrival of Avengers Endgame in April, it seemed like to perfect time; geeks and nerds across the country are so excited and we want to be around ‘our people’ at this climactic time”, jokes Jarquin. 

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