Steve Furst: In Character at Underbelly Festival




Steve Furst (Walk Like a Panther, Little Britain, The Wright Stuff, Matilda, Orange Cinema Ads, Toast of London) will be presenting his new one-man-show, Steve Furst – In Character at the Belly Theatre as part of the Underbelly Festival 2018 for one night only on Friday 15thJune 2018 at 9.15pm, directed by multi-award-winning Director Andrew Keates.

Steve Furst – In Character is a series of five different characters including waltzer-owner Ernie Vas, his latest viral internet sensation – The Mayor of Kentish Town – a fast-talking no-nonsense local politician, Dave Pike – former Hollywood stunt man, Dean – a committed American Christian with a penchant for swinging, Janos – the inventor or something very famous who has an on-going battle his local council and Queenie – an unexpected violent offender. For those who have seen the show before, this performance includes two never-before-seen characters.

The show has been performed in venues all over the UK including the Astor TheatreThe Museum of Comedy and the Tristan Bates Theatre to sell-out audiences and follows the cinematic release of new British film Walk Like a Panther, which also stars Steve Furst. It is directed by multi-award-winning director, Andrew Keates (Chinglish, Dessa Rose, As Is) and is produced by Arion Productions Ltd.

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Friday 15thJune 2018
Performance starts at 9.15pm and last for approximately 60 minutes with no interval.

The Belly Theatre at the Underbelly Festival

How To Get There 
Underbelly Festival is located on the Southbank, in-between Southbank Centre, Jubilee Gardens and the London Eye, just off Belvedere Road. The nearest tube stations are Waterloo and Embankment.
Underbelly Festival features a packed programme of comedy, circus, cabaret and family entertainment! You can also enter Underbelly Festival for free – one of the biggest outdoor bars in London, you can get some delicious drinks and a bite to eat right on the banks of the Thames.

Box Office
Tickets can be booked online at
Tickets from £15.50 (includes fees of £1.50 per ticket).