News: Second Helping For Off Menu's Redemption Dinner Party with James Acaster, Ed Gamble And Guests

News: Second Helping For Off Menu's Redemption Dinner Party with James Acaster, Ed Gamble And Guests

After the success of the first live stream in February – which featured previous Off Menu podcast guests Greg Davies, Jess Phillips MP, Jordan Banjo, Joel Dommett and Jen Brister – Off Menu hosts Ed Gamble and James Acaster are inviting a fresh batch of past podcast guests back to the Dream Restaurant to re-live their contentious meal choices.

In this very special live-streamed show – taking place on  Sunday 11th April – will the returning diners stick with their outlandish orders? Or will they take a once-in-a-meal chance to change their minds? This is Off Menu: The Redemption Dinner Party – Second Helpings.

Ed Gamble said: ‘After the success of the first Redemption Dinner Party, we can’t wait to offer a new set of scum a chance to save themselves. Will they order correctly, or will they end up like the first bunch? (Sentenced to death.)’ 

James Acaster said: ‘I am so glad that Ed is getting a second shot at redemption. May God have mercy on his soul.’

February’s Redemption Dinner Party live-stream was watched by thousands of Off Menu fans, trended on Twitter and raised over £12,500 for FareShare, the UK’s longest running food redistribution charity.

Guests for The Redemption Dinner Party: Second Helpings with James Acaster and Ed Gamble will be announced soon.

Tickets are available now from  dice.fm  priced at £8 (including booking fee). The show will be available to rent/watch again for 48 hours after the stream. This is a live-streamed show only and will not be released as a podcast episode.

James Acaster's acclaimed solo stage show Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 has recently been made available for fans to watch online at a time of their choosing. Following a live streaming last December which was only available to watch as it went out, the show is now available on Vimeo.

The show available is the performance filmed at EartH in Hackney before the pandemic. Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 initially ran in the West End in London in 2018 where it received gushing five star reviews. The run was extended and a national tour followed. Read our review here.

Buy James Acaster: Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 here.

£1 from every ticket for The Redemption Dinner Party: Second Helpings with James Acaster and Ed Gamble goes to FareShare.

Picture: Paul Gilbey

 

 

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