Lancaster Grand Theatre’s annual comedy festival has grown into a seriously big event with even more major names featured in a fortnight that starts this Saturday.
Back by popular demand Russell Kane brings his Smallness tour to the city fresh from the Edinburgh Festival, and following yet another sell-out UK tour.
On Sunday night Stephen K Amos steps up in his show The Spokesman touching on his own and audience fears and phobias – holes that are too close together, swimming in oceans and grabbing your own throat!
Chubby Brown takes to the stage on November 8 in a show you’re never likely to see on TV.
The world’s funniest Cornishman – Jethro – brings his show to Lancaster on November 11, and though milder in his observations on life than Chubby Brown, the evening remains one for adults only.
November 14 sees the arrival of Fascinating Aida, now in their 30th year with their new show, Charm Offensive.
Rounding off the festival on Friday November 15 after selling out the London O2 arena Lee Nelson brings with him a host of character’s from his BBC 3 show Lee Nelson’s Well Funny People.
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