“I’m a feminist but...”
The Guilty Feminist podcast has become a comedy phenomenon with over 50 million downloads since it launched in late 2015. Comedian Deborah Frances-White and her guests explore the noble goals of 21st century feminists whilst confessing the insecurities, hypocrisies and paradoxes which undermine those goals.
“Very funny… pure, guilt-free pleasure.” – The Guardian
Joining Deborah will be Sindhu Vee, as seen on Have I Got News for You, Q.I., Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled and Live at the Apollo. Critically acclaimed stand up comedian, writer and actor Jen Brister and comedy award winner Heidi Regan. Music from 'the musical soul of Corbynmania' (Huffington Post) Grace Petrie.
Expect laughs, excitement, tears and spectacle as only The Guilty Feminist can provide.
Tickets £29 £24 £16.50
Please note, this is a live show and will not be recorded for the podcast. This show will not be unique in every tour location, some material may be repeated across the tour.
THE CYNIC'S MIXTAPE
Romesh is back with a brand new show The Cynic’s Mixtape, his most brutally honest show yet.
Fresh from the Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan, A League Of Their Own and Judge Romesh, he's putting showbiz aside to deliver a carefully curated selection of all the things he has found unacceptable since the last tour, including why trying to save the environment is a scam, why none of us are truly free, and his suspicion that his wife is using gluten intolerance to avoid sleeping with him.
Show drops 2019, don’t miss it.
More than 30 years ago, Ben Elton exploded into the national consciousness hosting Channel 4’s ground breaking 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 stand-up 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."
"Just give him a stage and a microphone and Ben Elton is the best. No contest." The Sunday Times
"There is nothing, absolutely nothing to beat Ben Elton live!" Evening Standard
No Ashes year would be complete without an evening with Boycott and Aggers and there’s nothing like a battle with the old enemy to bring out the belligerent best in our Geoffrey!
The boys will be watching every ball and win, lose or draw, Geoffrey will tell Jonathan exactly what he thinks about the players, their performance and many other subjects in this brilliant, brand new show.
As anyone who has been before knows, this show is so much more than just cricket chat. The night is peppered with wickedly funny anecdotes and will, as ever, be fun, fiery and full of surprises. Boycs has sworn revenge on Aggers after Jonathan’s hilarious wind-ups on Test Match Special. Come and see if this is the night he gets his own back!
This is the ideal present for the sports lover in your life and, even if you are not a cricket aficionado, you will love the tall tales, barbed banter and side-splitting stories from these two broadcasting legends. Why not tweet your own question to Aggers? You may get it asked live on stage and could even win yourself a signed poster.
The event is being run in aid of the Professional Cricketers’ Association and raises money which will go to the organisation’s charity, the Professional Cricketers’ Trust.
"If you take all the people I have worked with, Boycott is a mile ahead of any of them, he really is. I rate him that highly. His content is flawless." Jack Bannister, ex-cricketer and TMS commentator
"It’s lucky he wasn’t a politician otherwise he might have blown up the world!" Malcolm Tate, childhood friend of Geoffrey Boycott
Join the legendary Sir Lenny Henry as he embarks on a brand new UK tour this autumn.
Lenny Henry is one of Britain’s best-known and celebrated comedians, with a career which began with cult stardom on children's television to including writer, radio DJ, TV presenter, co-founder of Comic Relief and award-winning actor.
In the first half of the evening, Lenny will take the audience through a jam session of funny and sad memories and stories - from growing up in the Black Country, puberty, school, friendship, family secrets and unashamed racism. With his mother's mantra of h'integration echoing in his ears, Lenny will recount setting out on his rollercoaster ride of a career - but at every stage wondering, "Am I good enough? Is this what they want?"
In part two, Lenny will be interviewed by friend, broadcaster and author Jon Canter, for further insights into his life and career, followed by questions from the audience. Come and enjoy these honest and tender stories, told with a glorious sense of humour and help Lenny figure out "Who am I, again?"
Tickets £34 £31