MY BIG GAY ITALIAN WEDDING to get London Premiere at Above The Stag in November

You are cordially invited to attend 

London premiere production of the acclaimed Off Broadway comedy

You are cordially invited to attend My Big Gay Italian Wedding, the London premiere production of the acclaimed Off Broadway comedy, directed by Paul Taylor-Mills, at Above the Stag from Tuesday 1st November to Saturday 19th November.

Press night is Thursday 3rd November at 7.30pm.

Planning a wedding can be hell…but planning to ruin a wedding can be a hell of a lot of fun! Come and join the congregation as this off Broadway cult hit makes a return to London after a critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fesrtival run. 

Andrew and Anthony are getting married – and everyone wants to “help”! My Big Gay Italian Wedding spins into a hysterical fiasco as everyone tries to have their way. This music and dance-filled extravaganza has played to sold out houses in New York for four years and is still showing no signs of finishing the reception early!

Casting to be announced.

Director Paul Taylor-Mills’ credits include Little Shop of Horrors (White Bear) nominated for four Off West End Awards including Best Director; The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Union), A Clockwork Orange (Lost Theatre); the European premiere of My Big Gay Italian Wedding (Above The Stag and C Venues, Edinburgh).

Produced by Paul Taylor-Mills and Lillie Collier in association with Above The Stag.


"I do think that it could be the most fun I have yet had on this year’s fringe" (5 stars) Scotsgay

"It plays on every gay stereotype you can think of - all of which has the audience in hysterics"  (4 stars)

"The energy of the piece is phenomenal: there is not one moment in the show which does not make you howl with laughter" (4 stars) Broadwaybaby


My Big Gay Italian Wedding

Above The Stag 
15 Bressenden Street

Box Office: 020 8932 4747

Nearest Rail/Tube: Victoria

Tuesday 1st November - Saturday 19th November
Tuesday – Saturday at  7.30pm 
Sunday at 6.00pm

Press night: Thursday 3rd November at 7.30pm

Tickets: £15.00