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Adam Kay: This is Going to Hurt

Award-winning comedian Adam Kay shares entries from his diaries as a junior doctor in this “electrifying” (The Guardian) evening of stand-up and music.
 
Absolute sell-out at The Haymarket last year and Edinburgh Fringe, Soho Theatre and the West End, Adam Kay will be giving a hilarious insight into his trials and tribulations in the world of healthcare as in his Sunday Times bestseller accompanying book, This is Going to Hurt

Copies will be available to purchase and for signature after the performance.

Bicycles and Fish

Combining comedy, storytelling and original songs, Bicycles and Fish is Katie Arnstein’s charming award-winning debut show about the day she stopped being a girl and became a woman.

Aged sixteen, still in school and hopelessly in love, Katie is about to learn what it means to stand up for yourself. 

Running time: 1 hour (no interval)

Bill Bailey: Larks in Transit

Due to popular demand and the success of his 2018 shows, Bill Bailey is back with Larks in Transit!

Henning Wehn

Due to popular demand and the success of his Fri 1 Mar show, Henning Wehn has added another performance of Get On with It for autumn 2019!

You couldn’t make it up; surely the German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn hasn’t bosched out yet another new show? And what’s he still doing here anyway? Well, his lack of transferable skills is what keeps him here and his belief that practise makes perfect is what keeps him going.

Why Mummy Doesn't Give a **** - An Evening with Gill Sims

Author of online sensation Peter and Jane, Gill Sims is the number one best-selling author behind Why Mummy Drinks, its follow up Why Mummy Swears and the recently announced Why Mummy Doesn't Give a...

Join Gill as she is interviewed about her blog, books, character and much more. There will be readings from her books and a chance to ask questions. Signed books will be available to purchase.

Robert Newman's Total Eclipse of Descartes

Based on the hit BBC Radio 4 series Rob Newman’s Total Eclipse of Descartes, Rob’s whirlwind tour of philosophy explores 3000 years of good and bad ideas from Pythagoras to driverless cars, by way of levitating Buddhist monks, Pavlov’s dogs, Jean-Paul Sartre’s mum, Fat Man On A Bridge, T. Rex, Morrissey and wire monkeys.

In a world gone crazy, can philosophy help?

Ben Elton

More than 30 years ago, Ben Elton exploded into the national consciousness hosting Channel 4’s groundbreaking Saturday Live.

Now, after a 15 year absence, the Godfather of modern stand-up returns to the medium he did so much to define. Back on the road with an all new show, Ben promises to try and make sense of a world which appears to have gone stark raving mad.

As Ben says: "The last time I toured I was still smarter than my phone. Things have definitely taken a funny turn."

James Acaster

This event is now sold out. Please call the box office on 01256 844244 to be added to the waiting list.

Jonathan Pie: The Fake News Tour

If no news is good news then good news is fake news. Jonathan Pie returns to the road once more to berate the people in power - and the journalists apparently holding them to account.

Jonathan is the exasperated News Reporter whose videos have been seen across the world. His previous two tours have taken in venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo and the London Palladium and performances across the US and Australia. Jonathan Pie has been described as ‘brilliant, brave, raw and analytical without forgetting to be funny’ by Ricky Gervais.

Josh Widdicombe

The guy everyone can do an impression of is back with a show that will change your life and how you perceive your place in the world. Bit much? Fine, it’ll be a very funny night of grumbles and jokes in which Josh will finally tackle the hot comedy topics of advent calendars, pesto and the closing time of his local park.

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