Tommy Cooper was a true comic genius. His impeccable timing, love of slapstick and quick-fire gags made him an international star. Complete with his trademark fez and a plethora of misfiring magic, the man is an undisputed icon of live entertainment. Commemorating 30 years since his passing, a stage show encapsulating his magic, music and mirth is now playing in London.
It's the first show to be resident in the Museum's Cooper Room - a perfect fit, given the name of the performance space. The show has come direct from a sell-out run at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe and is a wonderful homage to one of the best-loved comedians of all time.
Just Like That! is presented as part of the museum's celebration of the life and work of Tommy Cooper, which also includes Cooper's original handmade props and an exhibition of unique photographs of him by celebrated photographer John Claridge. All tickets include the ability to look around the museum's main room before the show.
To find out more about the museum and the Just Like That! performances visit the museum's website, found at museumofcomedy.com