What's On - Comedy
Fresh from his stint at the Fringe, double Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and The Mash Report host Nish is one of the brightest young comedians on the UK circuit. He’s set to debut a new set of jokes about politics and mankind’s capacity for self-destruction in Darlington this September.
Fresh from his stint on The Great Celebrity Bake Off, the Birmingham-born comedian will be bringing his sharp, mischievous humour to Middlesbrough’s Town Hall as part of the punderfully named tour: I’m About to Lose Control and I Think Joe Lycett.
Winner of the Best Newcomer at the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe, Sarah has since gone on to ride a wave of comedy superstardom. One of the most popular stand ups in the country, Sarah’s Control Enthusiast tour is sure to deliver.
Legendary comedy actress, author and activist Joanna Lumley has barely been off our screens since bursting onto the scene as Purdey in the New Avengers back in 1976. And now she’s hitting our stages too – taking audiences through some of her hilarious adventures from a truly illustrious career.
Following the success of his Cradle to Grave tour, Danny Baker is back for his nationwide series of ‘one-night stands’. Startling, disruptive and pulling no punches, Danny’s Good Time Charlie's Back! tour promises more of what fans love from this comic veteran.
The Mock The Week stalwart and Live At The Apollo favourite brings her quick-fire observational gags and hilarious one-liners to Whitehaven’s Rosehill Theatre for an evening that promises to unmask what it means to be, as Zoe puts it, an ‘entry-level human’.
He’s supported the likes of Joe Lycett, Jason Manford and Nick Offerman, but now it’s time for Brennan Reece to take centre stage. The English Comedian Of The Year is a natural born storyteller, whose tales are laced with innately-raucous humour and a powerful vulnerability. One to watch.
Local comic Gavin Webster has a stand up style that’s loud, sharp and controversial – and his fans love him for it. He hosts Eston Labour Club’s Big Club Comedy night alongside fellow comics Joe Bromehead, George Rigden and Carl Hutchinson.
Chris brings his latest show, Just Happy to Get Out of the House, to the arena stage in what promises to be one of his biggest shows yet. Critically acclaimed and highly respected among his peers, he’s one of the most interesting comics working today.