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How My Light Is Spent

21st May - 25th May
7.30pm (plus 2.30pm on Sat) | £12

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s Directors’ Cuts 2019: Alan Harris' lyrical, aching, joyous comedy about the unexpected places where love hides itself

Newport, Wales. Jimmy works in a doughnut shop. Kitty works for an adult chat line. Neither has met the other. Until, one day, this changes. Until, one day, Jimmy begins to vanish off the face of the earth. How My Light Is Spent is a lyrical, aching, joyous comedy about the unexpected places where love … More How My Light Is Spent

Best of Bristol Theatre

Sharp Teeth

26th May - 28th Jul
6pm | Pay What You Decide

Stimulate your Sunday brain by coming down to Sharp Teeth's monthly night of many genres

For almost five years Sharp Teeth Theatre have been bringing together theatre, storytelling, poetry and music to create a night of riotous Sunday fun. This is their ante-penultimate show before they hand over to a new company to run the event. Over the years they’ve had raps about stolen bikes, poems about cottaging, performances from … More Sharp Teeth

Best of Bristol Music Spoken Word Theatre

Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera

27th May - 25th Nov
7.30pm | £7

The unplanned, unscripted & unconventional cult comedy show continuing the world's longest improvised narrative every other Monday

Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera is the world’s longest improvised narrative having run at The Wardrobe Theatre fortnightly for nearly 8 years and over 150 episodes. The show is a live, spontaneous and unique theatrical experience performed fortnightly by Closer Each Day Company and co-produced by The Wardrobe Theatre. Think Twin Peaks meets … More Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Onwards & Upwards

28th May - 1st Jun
11am & 2pm | £8 (£6 for groups of 20+, ages 2 and under go free)

This May Half Term INKBLOC Ensemble (Lego Beach) present a charming family adventure inspired by three female explorers, for ages 4-11 and their families

Deep underground, beneath scrambled wires and twisting pipes lives Luna; an inventor and fixer of broken bits and bobs. Luna’s never lost her bobble hat to a gust of wind, jumped in a puddle, or even seen the stars! In fact, she’s never been to Uptop at all. She’s got everything she needs right here … More Onwards & Upwards

Best of Bristol Family Theatre

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Stanlæy (plus Alfi)

28th May
8pm | £12.50 (inc. bf)

Album launch for 'The Human Project' by Bristol-based singer, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Bethany Stenning aka. Stanlæy

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Regular intimate, sit-down gigs with some of the greatest musicians from around the globe. Stanlæy is the musical moniker of Bristol based singer, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Bethany Stenning, performing her original compositions live with Ben Holyoake (bass), Oliver Cocup (drums/percussion) and Naomi Hill (violin). The music of Stanlæy has been … More Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Stanlæy (plus Alfi)

Best of Bristol Music

Orpheus

29th May - 30th May
7.30pm | £10

A tale of impossible, death-defying love told through hair-raising spoken word and soaring soul music, an award-winning retelling by The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook Theatre

An internationally award-winning modern retelling of an ancient myth. Dave is single and turning 30. He’s stood at the bar. Eurydice is a tree nymph. And Bruce Springsteen is on the juke box. A tale of impossible, death-defying love told through hair-raising spoken word and soaring soul music. The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook Theatre weave … More Orpheus

Music Spoken Word Theatre

Jonathan Kay: Know One’s Fool

31st May
7.30pm | £10

Renowned fool performer and teacher Jonathan Kay presents the unexpected in the most magical, anarchic and delightful way in a night of improvisation and theatre of immediacy

Only a fool could conjure up so rich and absurd a world from thin air. All rules are thrown aside and no two shows are ever the same. A show absolutely like no other you will ever see, Know One’s Fool is an open door to the imagination. Jonathan Kay’s shows are interactive, playful, shocking, … More Jonathan Kay: Know One’s Fool

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

The Shade Pullers & Lash Stackers Social Club

1st Jun
7.30pm | £10

A quarterly drag-cabaret night like no other!

Hapless Paul Marsden (Harry Humberstone) has been running this northern, working men’s club, for 40 odd years, but recently his son (local drag artist Roxytocin), has been booking the acts. The ladies seem to be getting taller and more fabulous. The men seem to be getting shorter and smoother skinned. Paul doesn’t know what’s going … More The Shade Pullers & Lash Stackers Social Club

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

MathildaMathilda

2nd Jun
2pm & 7pm | £8

A brand new show from Soap Soup Theatre (makers of The Snow Baby, The Pixies' Scarf and The Owl & The Pussycat's Treasury of Nonsense) suitable for ages 11+

A paper heart is caught in the wind. It flutters from the fingers of a little girl who had been practicing writing her name on it: MathildaMathilda. The heart lifts and the breeze blows it into the air. On the hill, overlooking the sea, Nelly’s works in her artist’s studio. A twin who has lost … More MathildaMathilda

Best of Bristol Family Theatre

Blahblahblah & Milk Poetry: And Here’s Your Host

3rd Jun
7.30pm | £8

Bristol's leading spoken word nights collaborate for two lovely, summery, spoken joint events

A rare chance to see proper poetry sets from the hosts of Blah and Milk, Anna Freeman, Malaika Kegode and Beth Calverley. Anna Freeman is the (cynical, funny) host of Blahblahblah. She’s also a novelist, creative writing lecturer at Bath Spa University, the host of Radio 4’s Sketches and a multiple slam winning poet. Malaika … More Blahblahblah & Milk Poetry: And Here’s Your Host

Best of Bristol Spoken Word

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Edgelarks

4th Jun
8pm | £15 (inc. bf)

Informed by world rhythms and British folk roots, Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin's penchant for making as much noise as possible with only two people; their music is an upbeat celebration, an incitement to hope

April 2018, Edgelarks (Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin) retreated to a remote cottage in Ulpha, western Cumbria. They breathed in the mountain view, banked up the fire, and took their instruments out of their cases. Then they sat down, and wrote. In escaping the everyday chaos of busy lives, they realised how caught up in … More Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Edgelarks

Music

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Nick Hart

5th Jun
8pm | £12.50-£15 (inc. bf)

Album Lanuch for the new reocrd 'Nick Hart: Sings Nine English Folk Songs'

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Regular intimate, sit-down gigs with some of the greatest musicians from around the globe. Nick Hart is a folk singer deeply rooted in the English tradition. Raised in a family of morris dancers, Nick played instrumental music for many years before discovering his passion for traditional song. Whilst studying for an … More Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Nick Hart

Music

Butt Kapinski

6th Jun
9.30pm | £10

Back by popular demand for one night only!! A brilliant film noir murder mystery comedy experience from the one of Edinburgh Fringe's finest award-winning comedy stars

Private Eye Butt Kapinski invites you to co-star in a film noir murder mystery set in a seedy world of sex, sin, shadows and subterfuge – an award-winning comedic experience presented by Deanna Fleysher Think it’s a solo show? Think again. Butt Kapinski, a gender-troubled private eye with a mouth full of speech impediments and … More Butt Kapinski

Comedy Theatre

Hot Flushes

6th Jun - 8th Jun
7.30pm (plus 2pm on Sat) | £10

A revenge musical about homicidal menopausal women and fiscal responsibility, inspired by the personal testimonies of activist pensioners - a selected play for Bristol Old Vic’s 2019 Open Session from Documental Theatre

It’s 2016. Lady Green is bronzing on a Super Yacht, Sir Phil Green is getting roasted by a Parliamentary Select Committee, and Sandra in Lighting, who’s worked thirty-five years for BHS, is burning from the loss of her pension. Croydon branch is closing but there ain’t no closure for Sandra, not even in the stoic … More Hot Flushes

Comedy Theatre

The Last Ever Nincompoop, Goodbye Party of a Lifetime

9th Jun
7pm | Pay What You Decide

A face-achingly funny monthly night of alternative comedy where anything can happen and quite often does

The South West’s best and most absurd alternative comedy event, Nincompoop showcases the very best new ideas in comedy, clowning, fooling, slapstick, mime, audience participation, mischief and tomfoolery. Hosted by an array of loveable idiots including Deirdre Me and Bertie Boulevard, previous Nincompoops have included: speed dating with alphabetti-spaghetti, an invisible plate spinner, a bride’s … More The Last Ever Nincompoop, Goodbye Party of a Lifetime

Best of Bristol Comedy

Kiota

9th Jun - 15th Oct
2pm | £5

A collective for POC creatives in Bristol

Join us for KIOTA: A Collective For POC Creatives in Bristol, showcasing people of colour (POC) or BAME creatives from various artistic disciplines in a fantastic afternoon of performance followed by networking opportunities. Kiota are committed to creating original collaborations between POC artists of different disciplines who wouldn’t ordinarily have the chance to work together … More Kiota

Best of Bristol Spoken Word Theatre

George Egg: Movable Feast

11th Jun
7.30pm | £8

Edinburgh Fringe Preview: Brand new comedy from the stand-up who cooks on stage - in this show he’s on the road! It’s time for Planes, Trains and Automob-meals (sorry)

George demonstrates how to cook with an engine, procure items from the train buffet trolley and turn unexpected road-works into a picnic. Three plates of gourmet food cooked live in the most unconventional ways and with the opportunity to taste the results at the end, provided you can stop laughing. “Brilliantly funny.” The Observer “Trust … More George Egg: Movable Feast

Comedy

Jamali Maddix: Work In Progress

12th Jun
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents an evening with one of the country's most popular comedians

As seen on Live from the Apollo (BBC1), Hate The Thy Neighbour (Viceland) and coming up in his own Channel 4 series, critically acclaimed comedian Jamali Maddix is hitting the stage with nothing prepared. He might rely entirely on crowd work or pull out routines from his tour or bring you some brand new material, … More Jamali Maddix: Work In Progress

Comedy

Kings Cross (REMIX)

13th Jun - 16th Jun
7.30pm | £10

Back by popular demand! Tom Marshman uncovers the hidden histories of LGBTQ communities in London during the 1980s

Kings Cross (Remix) uncovers the hidden histories of LGBTQ communities in London during the 1980s. Tom Marshman uncovers those histories through memories of the Kings Cross area; an area that has undergone radical change since its day as a hub of LGBTQ communities, bars and culture. Woven together from the stories of people who experienced … More Kings Cross (REMIX)

Best of Bristol Theatre

Garry Starr Conquers Troy

17th Jun - 19th Jun
7.30pm | £10

Having single-handedly saved the performing arts in 2018 with his multi-award-winning debut solo show Garry Starr Performs Everything, this comic wunderkind delivers another anarchic drama masterclass to remember

Acting was invented by the ancient Greeks. Before that, people were just pretending. With the release of his groundbreaking new book ‘An Actor Pretends’, disgraced actor Garry Starr delves deep into his Greek ancestry to enlighten us all with the ancient art of Pretendism, thus saving the performing arts from the evil clutches of Method … More Garry Starr Conquers Troy

Comedy

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: The Schmoozenbergs

20th Jun
8pm | £12.50 (inc. bf)

Album Launch: Gypsy jazz quartet showcase original music from their new album 'Awaken', with support from Peanut Shuffle Club Duo

Ear Trumpet Folk Club: Regular intimate, sit-down gigs with some of the greatest musicians from around the globe. Conjuring up the mood of 1930s Paris, fused with flavours of Eastern Europe and the energy of a campfire jam session, The Schmoozenbergs’ uplifting music will put a smile on your face and a bounce in your … More Ear Trumpet Folk Club: The Schmoozenbergs

Best of Bristol Music

Baba’s Song

21st Jun - 22nd Jun
7.30pm (plus 2pm on Sat) | £10

A beautiful new piece of storytelling and song exploring some of the less talked about issues of new motherhood, by new company In Our Hands

A vocal journey into the messiness of one woman’s motherhood. Two women, two voices, in just a meter square playing space. Baba’s Song is a wild roar in the woods and a panic attack in Mothercare. In Our Hands is an emerging South West based theatre company made up of actor/physical theatre performer Kim Heron … More Baba’s Song

Best of Bristol Theatre

I’m Bitter About Glitter

23rd Jun
12pm (followed by a workshop at 1.30pm) | £8 (£12 for show & workshop)

A joyful exploration of identity, belonging and choice, created by Liz Clarke (age 43) and Felix Council (age 10)

Liz and Felix take you on awe-inspiring journey into their fantastical world – where they unite to battle the Beigester (think patriarchy, in beige) who threatens to invade their world of sparkle and choice. Join this mother and son duo as they travel to distant lands, meet magical beings and learn so much about themselves … More I’m Bitter About Glitter

Best of Bristol Family Theatre

Jan Ravens & Helen Bauer – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

23rd Jun
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

JAN RAVENS Star of the award winning BBC comedy series, Dead Ringers, Jan’s unique view of our politics and culture makes her one of the country’s favourite impressionists. Following her record breaking 2017 show Difficult Woman, and a sellout tour with Rory Bremner in 2018, join Jan as she road tests her brand new show … More Jan Ravens & Helen Bauer – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

Sleeping Trees: Silly Funny Boys

25th Jun
7.30pm | £8

Edinburgh Fringe Preview: Something brand new from the brilliant physical comedy trio who have previously thrilled audience with their movie trilogy Mafia?, Western? Sci-Fi? plus World Tour and their Christmas sketch show, Nativity

Sleeping Trees are silly funny boys. They don’t know what this show is about yet, but it will be sillier, funnier and contain at least three boys. WINNER Merv’s Spirit of the Fringe 2017 FINALIST Amused Moose Comedy 2016 “The birth child of monty python and league of gentlemen.” ★★★★ Time Out “Phenomenal performers, brimming … More Sleeping Trees: Silly Funny Boys

Comedy

Living Spit’s Living Quiz

26th Jun - 18th Jul
7.30pm | £12 (£10 conc.)

Let’s get quizzical! - from the hilarious and inventive makers of The Six Wives of Henry VIII, One Man & His Cow, Adolf & Winston and many others

The Living Quiz is a quiz night with a twist! Every question is performed live: acted, sung, mimed or danced by Living Spit’s very own Howard Coggins and Stu Mcloughlin! Armed with just a guitar, a double-bass and a ukulele, they mix improvisation techniques with their own unique performance style and apply them to the … More Living Spit’s Living Quiz

Best of Bristol Comedy

An Indian Abroad

27th Jun - 29th Jun
7.30pm | £10

Stifled by life in middle-class India, Krishnan is desperate to see more of the world, so he visits the exotic island of Great Britain to learn about life and who he is - a solo show by Pariah Khan, directed by Manga Theatre's Eduardo Gama

Stifled by life in middle-class India, Krishnan is desperate to see more of the world, so he visits the exotic island of Great Britain to learn about life and who he is. What does Krishnan’s journey teach him about the world? What might he learn about himself? And what happens when he falls in love … More An Indian Abroad

Best of Bristol Theatre

Aftermirth: Daytime Comedy Club for Parents

28th Jun - 13th Dec
12.30pm-2pm (with interval) | £8 advance (£10 on the door)

Bristol's adult comedy club that you can bring your baby to, lovingly curated and compered by Angie Belcher

The journey of parenthood is a magical and maddening one so what better way to cope with it than through stand up comedy! Aftermirth is an adult comedy club that you can bring your baby to. Each show we’ll have 3 top circuit comedians delivering their usual club routines so the material is mature and … More Aftermirth: Daytime Comedy Club for Parents

Comedy Family

Blahblahblah & Milk Poetry: Rainbow Milk

1st Jul
7.30pm | £8

Bristol's leading spoken word nights collaborate for two lovely, summery, spoken joint events

After the incredible sold-out success of last year at The Room Above, Rainbow Milk returns to kick off Bristol Pride with style! A multicoloured queer edition of one of Bristol’s leading poetry nights, presented in collaboration with Bristol Pride. Showcasing the very best, fresh and calcium enriched poetry from around the UK featuring a handpicked … More Blahblahblah & Milk Poetry: Rainbow Milk

Best of Bristol Spoken Word

TOURING – Oedipuss In Boots

2nd Jul - 14th Jul
7.30pm | £12 (limited availability) | Performed at Tobacco Factory Theatres

A devilishly funny and brilliantly bizarre tragicomedy from The Wardrobe Theatre, the company that spawned Reservoir Mogs, The Rocky Shock and Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears

BUY TICKETS – PERFORMED AT TOBACCO FACTORY THEATRES As lightning cracks at the summit of Mount Olympus, the royal kitten Oedipuss is cursed with the prophecy of killing his father and marrying his mother. Outcast, this brave puss must go on an incredible adventure of self discovery, encountering crooks and charlatans, terrifying monsters and outrageous … More TOURING – Oedipuss In Boots

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Shall We Take This Outside by Adam Kammerling

2nd Jul - 3rd Jul
7.30pm | £10

A stunning spoken word theatre piece, Kammerling explores the violence in himself and our everyday lives alongside a duo of tight-knit acrobatic dancers

Violence solves nothing. NB. (Except in films, TV, books, comics, games and pretty much every corner of culture where heroes exist) A considered and impactful work, Shall We Take This Outside is Adam Kammerling’s exploration of his own violence, where it found him, why he embraced it, and how it affects him today. As Adam … More Shall We Take This Outside by Adam Kammerling

Spoken Word Theatre

Bristol Pride Present: The Scandalous Love of Oscar Wilde

4th Jul
7.30pm | £10

Bristol Pride are excited to team up with Tic Tac Toe Theatre Company to present this superb one man play which allows Oscar the freedom to talk openly about his relationships

Check out the rest of the Bristol Pride theatre line-up: 10th July (7.30pm) – Riot Act 10th July (9pm) – Murder, He Didn’t Write It is the 6th of April 1895 and Oscar Wilde waits alone at the Cadogan Hotel. He is awaiting a knock on the door that will bring an arrest warrant with … More Bristol Pride Present: The Scandalous Love of Oscar Wilde

Best of Bristol Theatre

Impromptu Shakespeare

5th Jul - 6th Jul
7.30pm | £10

An entirely new and unique Shakespeare play improvised on the spot and inspired by audience suggestions

Bursting with love, poetry, comedy, tragedy, mistaken identity, cross-dressing, the supernatural and everything in between – this show will delight Shakespeare nerds and novices alike. Impromptu Shakespeare have their tongues firmly in their cheeks and their feet planted in the works of the Bard. Join us for an hour of riotous fun as the cast … More Impromptu Shakespeare

Comedy Theatre

Phil Wang & Rhys James – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

7th Jul
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

PHIL WANG Caustic remarks delivered with deadpan aplomb as a panelist on Room 101 earned Phil Wang praise from many – and ire from Tom Hiddleston fans. “Humorous self-deprecation, killer punchlines and just the right amount of risqué.” The List RHYS JAMES Mock the Week regular Rhys James is an expert at taking apart millennial … More Phil Wang & Rhys James – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

River Town 2019: Gwenifer Raymond

9th Jul
8pm | £9.81 (inc bf)

Colston Hall presents this fabulous Welsh multi-instrumentalist, part of River Town: A Summer Celebration of Roots and Americana Music

Not many people play the guitar quite like Gwenifer Raymond. From the opening note to the final strum of her “mesmerising debut album” (The Guardian) Gwenifer Raymond will have you spellbound. Hailing from the Welsh valleys, Raymond is veritable master of American primitive guitar music. She was raised on punk and grunge before discovering folk … More River Town 2019: Gwenifer Raymond

Music

Bristol Pride Presents: Murder, He Didn’t Write

10th Jul
9pm | £10

A gender-swapped improvised murder mystery from Edinburgh Fringe sell-out stars Degrees Of Error

Check out the rest of the Bristol Pride theatre line-up: 4th July (7.30pm) – The Scandalous Love of Oscar Wilde 10th July (7.30pm) – Riot Act Dastardly plotting, mayhem and laughter! By very popular demand we welcome back Bristol theatre troupe Degrees Of Error to present you a very special Pride fundraiser edition of their … More Bristol Pride Presents: Murder, He Didn’t Write

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Bristol Pride Present: Riot Act

10th Jul
7.30pm | £10

A powerful solo verbatim show spanning six decades of queer history, created from interviews with a Stonewall survivor, a 1970’s London radical-drag artist and a prominent 1990’s AIDS activist

Check out the rest of the Bristol Pride theatre line-up: 4th July (7.30pm) – The Scandalous Love of Oscar Wilde 10th July (9pm) – Murder, He Didn’t Write A powerful solo verbatim theatre piece created entirely word-for-word out of playwright and performer Alexis Gregory’s interviews with one of the only remaining Stonewall survivors, a 1970’s … More Bristol Pride Present: Riot Act

Theatre

Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum With Expats

11th Jul - 12th Jul
7.30pm | £8

Edinburgh Fringe Preview: Finally that work-in-progress of an experimental fringe theatre show about Malta, you’ve all been waiting for! - from 2016 Fringe First Award winners Sh!t Theatre

Celebrating their final year as Europeans, island-monkeys Becca and Louise got invited to the 2018 European Capital of Culture in Malta, having missed out on Hull last year. They went to drink rum with Brits abroad but found a lot more than they expected. Lads on tour Sh!t Theatre (Letters to Windsor House, DollyWould) want to … More Sh!t Theatre Drink Rum With Expats

Comedy Theatre

Lash Stackers presents… A Virgin Breaks Free!

13th Jul
7.30pm | £10

The Shade Pullers & Lash Stackers Social Club is a quarterly drag-cabaret night with a difference - this time featuring a brand new feature length show from drag superstar, the Virgin Xtravaganzah!

Your favourite, fabulous 70’s working mens’ club is back and this time, back by popular demand, we have a brand new feature length show from your holy local Virgin Mary. She’s the mother of Gawd and she’s tired of stereotypes! All anyone wants to ask Mary about is Jesus and God. She’s OVAH IT! Join … More Lash Stackers presents… A Virgin Breaks Free!

Comedy Theatre

Ivo Graham & Alfie Brown – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

14th Jul
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

IVO GRAHAM Ivo Graham was the youngest ever winner of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? Award and has since gone on to bring five total sell-out shows to the Edinburgh Fringe. “Like Hugh Grant’s less well-adjusted younger brother.” The Guardian ALFIE BROWN: IMAGINATION This is a brand-new hour from Alfie Brown about family, … More Ivo Graham & Alfie Brown – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

Andrew Maxwell & Andy Field – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

19th Jul
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

ANDREW MAXWELL: ALL TALK A memorable cocktail of personal stories, astute political observations and the odd surprise foray into character cameos. Andrew is known for his eagle-eyed, passionate, current-affairs comedy, showcased in his many appearances on BBC Radio 4 (News Quiz, Welcome to Wherever You Are, Public Enemies). He’s been seen on – among others … More Andrew Maxwell & Andy Field – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

Luna

20th Jul
12pm & 3pm | £8 (ages 2 and under go free)

50 years to the day since man first walked on the moon, Roustabout present a glorious celebration of our relationship with our closest cosmic companion - for audiences aged 7+

For as long as we have turned our eyes to the sky we have been entranced by the moon. It controls our tides, stabilises our orbit, marks our time. And on July 20th 1969 two humans finally landed on its surface. Luna is a joyous adventure through humanity’s ongoing fascination with this mysterious lump of … More Luna

Best of Bristol Family Theatre

Sarah Kendall & Eshaan Akbar – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

20th Jul
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

SARAH KENDALL: PAPER PLANES Multi award-winning comedian Sarah Kendall returns to Edinburgh with a spellbinding hour of storytelling. Paper Planes is the latest offering from the writer and star of the acclaimed Radio 4 series Australian Trilogy. Stories that are by turns moving, funny, and usually a bit depressing in places. Double Writers’ Guild of … More Sarah Kendall & Eshaan Akbar – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

Tiff Stevenson & Neil Delamare – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

21st Jul
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

TIFF STEVENSON Tiff Stevenson’s thought provoking and engaging style never fails to delight, entertain and inform in equal measure – as seen on Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC2) and Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central). “This is a heartfelt, hilarious, provocative, important hour of stand-up from one of the best in the business.” The … More Tiff Stevenson & Neil Delamare – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

River Town 2019: Tim Erikson (plus Mama’s Broke)

22nd Jul
8pm | £15.26 (inc bf)

Colston Hall presents some hardcore Americana from this solo star, part of River Town: A Summer Celebration of Roots and Americana Music

TIM ERIKSEN Tim Eriksen is acclaimed for transforming American tradition with his startling interpretations of old ballads, love songs, shape-note gospel and dance tunes from New England and Southern Appalachia. He combines hair-raising vocals with inventive accompaniment on banjo, fiddle, guitar and bajo sexto – a twelve string Mexican acoustic bass – creating a distinctive … More River Town 2019: Tim Erikson (plus Mama’s Broke)

Music

Spencer Jones & Mat Ewins – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

23rd Jul
7.30pm | £10

Chuckle Busters presents a month of top comedy stars premiering their latest shows before they head to the largest arts festival in the world

SPENCER JONES Master of the surreal and star of Upstart Crow (BBC2), Spencer Jones combines puppetry, mime and silliness to create uniquely hilarious comedy. “No other Fringe show will put a bigger smile on your face.” Evening Standard MAT EWINS Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and Comedian’s Choice Award winner Mat Ewins uses unbelievable technical wizardry … More Spencer Jones & Mat Ewins – Edinburgh Comedy Previews 2019

Comedy

Vet. Detective.

25th Jul - 17th Aug
7.30pm (plus 2pm on 10th and 17th) | £12 (£10 Previews on 25th & 26th July)

A grizzly British crime drama parody from Bad Vs Evil, a new company made up of Harry Humberstone and Andrew Kingston (The Wardrobe Theatre comedy favourites)

In the seemingly idyllic English countryside, a dark force is stirring. Threatening to destroy the very fabric of society, a vicious crime wave spreads throughout the animal kingdom. As the mystery of who, or what is responsible for the carnage spirals out of control, the job will fall to a seasoned and deeply flawed FIPU … More Vet. Detective.

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Show & Tell

29th Jul
8pm | £5

A comedy night with a difference! Open mic nights can be laddy, exclusionary and quite frankly we are sick of penis* jokes - Show & Tell by Sophie and Lucy Bishop is a friendly platform that encourages new performers (especially women!)

Show & Tell has a different theme each time, and you can experience the best of Bristol’s new talent through a series of short 5 minute performances. You can even participate in the Q & A after each performer’s slot. Show & Tell performers bring an artefact with them to pass around, or sometimes they … More Show & Tell

Best of Bristol Comedy

The Bird Show

4th Aug
11am & 2pm | £8 (£6 for groups of 20+, ages 2 and under go free)

A flap-tastic fact-filled family comedy by The Last Baguette, suitable for the whole brood including fledglings from 4+

With frolics and foraging, flitting, flying and two unusual feathery friends, this is a madcap and touching show about birds facing changes to their habitat. The Bird Show uses live music, puppetry and lots more silly bird puns in this heart- fluttering physical comedy about conservation, migration and imagination. We follow Henry the Heron and … More The Bird Show

Best of Bristol Family Theatre

Story Slam

18th Aug - 15th Dec
2pm | £8 (£5 conc.)

Bristol's true storytelling event, presented by Story Slam: Bristol - held on the third Sunday of every month

A hugely popular community driven storytelling event, Story Slam is where you can hear people’s amazing true stories told live on stage. All stories are told by volunteers from the audience. Put your name in the hat for a chance to tell a story, or just head along and enjoy everyone else’s. Each month has … More Story Slam

Best of Bristol Spoken Word

Kid Carpet & The Noisy Animals

28th Aug - 31st Aug
11am & 2pm | £8 (£6 for groups of 20+, ages 2 and under go free)

A rock ‘n’ roll musical with mischief and silliness for kids aged 3-8 and grown-ups!

Ready to set off on a rock ‘n’ roll adventure? Follow the charismatic singer, Kid Carpet, and his animal band (made up of a gorilla, a bear, a hedgehog and a badger) as they make friends, play games, contemplate the world and finally rock out at a grand dance contest! Positioned somewhere between Oliver Postgate … More Kid Carpet & The Noisy Animals

Best of Bristol Comedy Family Theatre

Boothby Graffoe

31st Aug
7.30pm | £13

A rare chance to see a full length and intimate solo performance from one of music and comedy's best kept secrets

Graffoe has performed all over the world and is well-known as the first choice support act for Canadian Hall of Fame rockers Barenaked Ladies. He has opened up for them at venues such as Red Rocks Colorado, The Greek Theatre LA, and the O2 in London to name but a few. From humble beginnings in … More Boothby Graffoe

Comedy Music

Sinbad The Sailor

1st Sep
10.45am & 2.30pm | £8 (ages 2 and under go free)

Wild Words presents a magical storytelling, theatre and dance show for ages 5-10 preceded by a drama and dance playshop

PLAYSHOP: 10.45am-11.20am | 2.30pm-3.10pm Swim like a whale, swing like a monkey, squawk like a parakeet and learn a dance to perform in the show. Come dressed in your finest Arabian Nights’ inspired cloth! SHOW: 11.45pm | 3.30pm Jump on board an ancient sewn ship, hoist the mainsail and journey across the Arabian Sea to … More Sinbad The Sailor

Best of Bristol Family

Bon Ami

3rd Sep - 4th Sep
7.30pm | £10

Mulit-award winning All In Theatre present their own style of clown and physical comedy in this hilarious new show

Ami is normal, Ami has a job, Ami has family and friends, a gym membership and decent broadband. Ami shouldn’t feel desperately alone…but she does. If only there was an aquatic adventure, a malevolent wizard or a an overly self aware giant monster to distract her. Oh wait… Bon Ami is a sharp, artistic parody … More Bon Ami

Comedy Theatre

Bristol Know Show

5th Sep
7.30pm | £8

Presented by Sci X Southwest - performing experiments, science comedy and cabaret in Bristol

Looking for a lively night out, featuring comedy and performance about loads of different topics? We got you. From video games to dinosaurs, exploding stars to star-nosed moles, our performers will bring you a world of science-and-technology-vaguely-related-content, spiced with jokes to help the facts go down. Brought to you by Sci X SW, Bristol-based science/comedy/entertainment … More Bristol Know Show

Best of Bristol Comedy

Police Cops In Space

6th Sep
7.30pm & 9.30pm | £12

Multi award-winning company Police Cops' Edinburgh Fringe sell-out show and winner of 'Amused Moose Outstanding Show Award 2018' is a comedy blockbuster; an 80’s low-fi sci-fi set in the most dangerous place on Earth... Space!

After his father is killed by an evil robot, Sammy Johnson, the last Police Cop in the universe, blasts off in an unmanned escape pod. Now on a distant planet, Sammy must team up with alien fighter pilot Ranger and his trusty Cyborg C9 as they embark on an intergalactic adventure across the galaxy to … More Police Cops In Space

Comedy Theatre

Milk Poetry’s Moving in Party

9th Sep
7.30pm | £8

Milk Poetry selects the finest, freshest poets from the UK and beyond to produce the most nourishing and eclectic spoken word bonanza you could ever hope for!

Join Milk Poetry as they touch down in a brand-new venue. Presenting you with some top notch spoken word, balloons and the friendliest slam Bristol has to offer. Featuring grime poet and theatre maker Debris Stevenson. From her 5-star rated run at The Royal Court for her show Poet in da Corner to her work … More Milk Poetry’s Moving in Party

Best of Bristol Spoken Word

Jeremiah

11th Sep - 12th Sep
7.30pm | £10

Jack Dean, the critically-acclaimed rap storyteller behind Grandad & The Machine, presents a raucous new show with live music about England’s forgotten Luddite rebellion

On 9 June 1817 Jeremiah Brandreth assembles a crew of malcontents in a pub near Nottingham. Their plan is to march on London, overthrow the government, wipe out the National Debt and end poverty forever. What Jeremiah doesn’t know is that there is a spy in his ranks with other ideas… Featuring an original score … More Jeremiah

Music Theatre

Father Figurine

13th Sep - 14th Sep
7.30pm | £12

Body Politic questions the stigmas around the mental health of men and boys through provocative hip hop theatre and dance

Combining poignant spoken word poetry with hip hop dance, Father Figurine explores the fractured relationship between a father and his son and their inability to healthily deal with a traumatic event. Will they be able to share their emotions with each other? Or will they fall into the statistic of nearly half of men believing … More Father Figurine

Dance Theatre

Adventure Bureau

15th Sep - 15th Dec
11am | £7 (£5 for groups of 20+, under 3s go free)

A brilliantly fun interactive storytelling show for ages 3-8 and their families, presented by Katie Storer and Simon Panrucker

Katie and Simon are coming on a special trip from the Adventure Bureau, an ancient organisation whose job it is to create all the adventures EVER! With the help of your biggest (and smallest) ideas, they will weave a totally improvised story complete with an improvised soundtrack and songs. The audience decides what elements go … More Adventure Bureau

Best of Bristol Comedy Family Theatre

Liza Treyger

15th Sep
7.30pm | £12

Chuckle Busters presents an evening with one of the country's most popular comedians

Originally from the former Soviet Union, Liza Treyger was raised in Chicago before moving to NY. Liza was featured on the prestigious Variety’s 2017 Top 10 Comics to Watch list and was a standout performer at this year’s Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal. Her half hour special for Comedy Central debuted in 2017 and … More Liza Treyger

Comedy

Fan Club Party!!

17th Sep
7:30pm | Free (Fan Club members only)

A special cabaret night of theatre, comedy, music and surprises from some of Bristol's best performers for member of The Wardrobe Theatre Fan Club

This event is the members of The Wardrobe Theatre Fan Club only. Join the fan club here A thank you event for members of The Wardrobe Theatre Fan Club. Stay tuned for line-up details closer to the time…

Best of Bristol

Murder, She Didn’t Write

18th Sep - 21st Sep
7.30pm (plus 2pm on Saturday) | £10

A classic murder mystery created on the spot in this ingenious and hilarious show by Degrees Of Error

You become Agatha Christie in this improvised comedy as each night an original murder mystery play is created based entirely on audience suggestions. So take up your magnifying glasses and don your deerstalkers for a never-seen-before (and never-to-be-seen-again) evening of murder, mayhem and making it up on the spot. Miss Crimson poisoned in the parlour? … More Murder, She Didn’t Write

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Luke Wright, Poet Laureate

24th Sep
7.30pm | £12

This award-winning wordsmith is on a mission to write poems to unite a nation divided by austerity and Brexit. Can it be done? Can one poet ever really represent an entire nation?

There was a collective gnashing of teeth and beating of breasts across the land when Wrighty didn’t get the royal nod to take up the position of Poet Laureate this year. Still, he’s an irrepressible sort of chap, so he’s bought his own sherry and hit the road with the show the critics are calling … More Luke Wright, Poet Laureate

Spoken Word

Scotland!

25th Sep - 27th Sep
7.30pm | £10

Join The Latebloomers for a wild ride with rhythm, body percussion, singing, stomping, clowning and the spirit of Scotlaaaaaand! A hilarious, high energy physical comedy trio!

The Latebloomers are, Oliver Nilsson (The Swede), Sam Dugmore (The Aussie) and Jonathan Tilley (The Londonder). Graduates of the Jacques Lecoq International Theatre School in Paris, currently based in Bristol. The award-winning comedy Scotland! is their first show together. WINNER Best Comedy: Adelaide Fringe Weekly Award 2019 WINNER The Inspiration Award: Prague Fringe 2018 WINNER … More Scotland!

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Loupe Theatre Presents

29th Sep - 22nd Dec
5pm (4pm in December) | Pay What You Decide

A monthly night of storytelling, music, theatre and spoken word curated and hosted by Loupe Theatre, showcasing the best in new talent from Bristol and beyond

Sharp Teeth Presents are passing on the baton… The legacy of Sharp Teeth Presents will live on through the fresh-faced, eager beavers; Loupe Theatre Company, who are taking over these monthly Sundays from September 2019 Each month Loupe will bring together performances from a collection of artists from the South West (and other places). From … More Loupe Theatre Presents

Best of Bristol Spoken Word Theatre

Sleeping Trees: Silly Funny Boys

1st Oct - 5th Oct
7.30pm | £10

The brilliant new show from the hilarious multi-roling, genre-splicing, physical comedy trio behind the movie trilogy Mafia?, Western? and Sci-Fi? plus World Tour and their Christmas sketch show, Nativity

Sleeping Trees have been touring their fast-paced stories, chaotic characters and frantic physicality, like only they can, for a decade. After ten years in the game, the trio have aged like a fine wine, except they’re cheap and if you drink them you will be sick. Winner – Spirit of the Fringe 2017 Finalists – … More Sleeping Trees: Silly Funny Boys

Comedy Theatre

Milk Poetry presents: Strong Bones

7th Oct
7.30pm | £8

Milk Poetry selects the finest, freshest poets from the UK and beyond to produce the most nourishing and eclectic spoken word bonanza you could ever hope for!

How do world-class poets evolve? What was their early work like? Who inspired them? Join Milk Poetry to celebrate journeys through writing. Internationally-acclaimed performer and City Poet, Vanessa Kisuule, will be joined by Casey Bailey, Stephen Lightbown, and more. They will read from their early writing, covers that inspired them and recent work. Vanessa Kisuule: … More Milk Poetry presents: Strong Bones

Best of Bristol Spoken Word

Radio Eve

9th Oct - 10th Oct
7.30pm | £10

Told using live music and verbatim words, Bristol's Bullet Theatre recount the highs, lows and all the gory, embarrassing and sometimes hilarious bits in between of growing up as a female, told from the perspective of two different generations

Have you ever asked your mum what her first time was like? Or tried to understand your daughter’s drunken antics? Let’s bring it all out into the open. Told using live music and verbatim words, Bullet Theatre recount the highs, lows, and all the gory, embarrassing and sometimes hilarious bits in between of growing up … More Radio Eve

Best of Bristol Theatre

Louise Orwin: Oh Yes Oh No

16th Oct
7.30pm | £10

This is a show about having sexual fantasies that don’t align with your politics - it’s about trying to understanding what you want, and wondering how the hell to ask for it

Award-winning performance artist Louise Orwin asks the difficult questions as she takes you on a surreal joyride through femme sexuality and violence. Made exclusively with the candid input of those willing to talk openly and honestly about their sex life, this one-woman show interrogates identity, consent and power play. Featuring explicit XXX, Barbie’n’Ken role-play, a … More Louise Orwin: Oh Yes Oh No

Theatre

Tony Walsh (plus special guest Stephen James Smith)

17th Oct
7.30pm | £12

Forget what you imagined a poetry night could be and expect belly-laughs, tears and everything in between from this stunning, big-hearted performer who often leaves audiences on their feet, dazzled and breathless

“Now a national hero” (The Guardian) having “stunned millions of people” (Huffington Post) with his iconic performance in Manchester in May 2017, international audiences are quickly discovering what has been an open secret for well over a decade: an evening with Tony Walsh is a rip-roaring rock and roller-coaster ride from a profoundly inspiring artist … More Tony Walsh (plus special guest Stephen James Smith)

Spoken Word

Getting The Third Degree

22nd Oct
7.30pm | £10

The powerful and deeply moving story of Laurie Cunningham, the first black footballer to play for Real Madrid and only the second to play for England in the 1970s, by Dougie Blaxland - produced by RoughHouse Theatre and Live Wire Theatre

This compelling new drama tells the powerful and deeply moving story of Laurie Cunningham who came to prominence with West Bromwich Albion in the late 1970’s. The first of the black footballing trio famously dubbed The Three Degrees – Laurie Cunningham, with his swaggering style and dazzling skills forced favourable comparisons with the legendary Pele. … More Getting The Third Degree

Best of Bristol Theatre

Great British Mysteries: 1599?

23rd Oct - 26th Oct
7.30pm | £10

Let us take you back to the 90s... The 1590s... Follow intrepid mystery hunters Olive and Teddy in this hilarious show as they become embroiled with witches, haunted houses and the scent of Cardinal Wolsey’s conscience

Do you like mysteries? Do you like historical inaccuracies? Do you know the difference between Thomas More and Roger Moore? Then read on… Let us take you back to the 90s. The 1590s. 1599? is the follow-up to the company’s debut show from 2017. But set 400 years earlier. Confused? You will be. Great British … More Great British Mysteries: 1599?

Comedy Theatre

Woodland Tales With Granddad

27th Oct - 2nd Nov
11am & 2pm (2pm only on 27th) | £8 (£6 for groups of 20+, under 3s go free)

Following the enchanting Fireside Tales With Granddad and Christmas Tales With Granddad comes a magical new puppetry show from Pickled Image for ages 3-8 and their families with an important environmental message to share

Something is happening in the woods, voices can be heard, and a strange metallic smell fills the air. Machines are gathering at its edge and a mysterious call is heard across the valley. Laura the ladybird, Jeffrey the spider, Brett the woodlouse and Willoughby the woodpecker are worried. Velda the vixen knows there’s a one … More Woodland Tales With Granddad

Best of Bristol Family Theatre

Treehouse Of Horror – Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera

28th Oct
7.30pm | £7

Halloween Special of the unplanned, unscripted & unconventional cult comedy show

CLOSER EACH DAY – OTHER PERFORMANCES HERE Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera is the world’s longest improvised narrative having run at The Wardrobe Theatre fortnightly for 8 years and over 150 episodes. The show is a live, spontaneous and unique theatrical experience performed fortnightly by Closer Each Day Company and co-produced by The … More Treehouse Of Horror – Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Henry Paker: Man Alive

2nd Nov
8pm | £12

Chuckle Busters presents an evening with one of the country's most popular comedians

Star of Comedy Central at the Comedy Store, Josh (BBC3) and co-writer and star of Radio 4’s Small Scenes, Henry’s latest show is a unique mixture of stand up comedy and illustration which took the Edinburgh Fringe by storm. A delightfully twisty and turny hour in which Henry uses cartoons to tell a story about … More Henry Paker: Man Alive

Comedy

ITCH: A Scratch Performance Showcase

3rd Nov
2pm | Pay What You Decide

A thrilling afternoon of unfinished, one-off, work-in-progress performances by some of Bristol’s most exciting theatre makers, presented by The Wardrobe Theatre

The Wardrobe Theatre is proud to present the return of our scratch night, ITCH! An extravaganza of unfinished, one-off works-in-progress of varying artistic disciplines with the unique opportunity to react and give feedback to the artists and theatre companies in the early stages of developing new work, to help shape it. Interested in being part … More ITCH: A Scratch Performance Showcase

Best of Bristol Theatre

Milk Poetry presents: John Hegley

5th Nov
7.30pm | £8

Milk Poetry selects the finest, freshest poets from the UK and beyond to produce the most nourishing and eclectic spoken word bonanza you could ever hope for!

A special edition of Milk brings our friend John Hegley to The Wardrobe Theatre. Performance poet, comedian and musician John Hegley is one of the pioneers of the British poetry scene. He’s been performing since the late 80s, from gracing the stage at The Comedy Store to becoming a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4. … More Milk Poetry presents: John Hegley

Spoken Word

Sir David & His Animals

6th Nov - 8th Nov
7.30pm | £10

Join Clownfish Theatre for the magic of David Attenborough in an epic clowning and physical theatre show with the largest range of animals you will ever see on stage!

The magic of David Attenborough live on stage! A blue whale swims through the ocean depths. Racer snakes pursue a young iguana across the desert. Watch as two hapless but enthusiastic clowns recreate extraordinary scenes of the natural world – a world teetering on the brink of disaster. Catch this sell-out five star show for … More Sir David & His Animals

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

How Does This Politics Thing Work Then?

10th Nov
2pm | £8 (ages 2 and under go free)

Ever wondered how politics works? This comedy show for ages 6+ and their families will explain all - presented by Chuckle Busters

Politics is boring. Politics is complicated. Politics is for adults… Rubbish! Politics is actually super important and can be made really fun, if you know how. Luckily Tatton Spiller (Simple Politics) and Tiernan Douieb (Comedy Club 4 Kids, CBBC’s The Slammer) know exactly how and will show you over 60 minutes just how to make … More How Does This Politics Thing Work Then?

Comedy Family

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True

12th Nov - 16th Nov
7.30pm | £12

Fringe First and Total Theatre Award-winning Breach Theatre (Tank, The Beanfield) are back with a stunning restaging of the Artemisia Gentileschi rape trial that gripped 1612 Italy, asking how much has changed in the last four centuries?

“And there’s blood pouring out of this man’s throat. Because these two women are beheading him – did I not mention that?” Fringe First and Total Theatre Award-winning Breach (Tank, The Beanfield) restage the 1612 trial of Agostino Tassi for the rape of baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi. Based on surviving court transcripts, this new play … More It’s True, It’s True, It’s True

Theatre

The Wardrobe Theatre Adult Christmas Show 2019

21st Nov - 19th Jan
7.45pm (2pm matinees on Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21, 27, 30, Jan 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19) | £15 (£12 Previews on 21 & 22 Nov)

A new dark comedy from The Wardrobe Theatre, the company that spawned Oedipuss In Boots, Reservoir Mogs, The Rocky Shock, Goldilock, Stock & Three Smoking Bears and many more!

!!!The title of the 2019 Christmas Show will be announced very soon!!! “Be prepared for your sides to ache for days afterwards.” ★★★★★ Bristol Post on Oedipuss In Boots “Simply faultless… a triumph… so funny you will probably want to see it a more than once!” ★★★★★ The Fix on Reservoir Mogs “If you are … More The Wardrobe Theatre Adult Christmas Show 2019

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Steamed – A Dickensian Improvised Christmas Tale

8th Dec - 22nd Dec
7pm | £15 (£12 conc.) | Performed at Brunel's SS Great Britain

Something distinctly Victorian and brandy buttered onboard Brunel's SS Great Britain, presented by the creators of Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera

BUY TICKETS – AT BRUNEL’S SS GREAT BRITAIN Steam ships, steam trains, steamed puddings, hilarious comedy, astonishing drama, endearing orphans and perhaps the odd catchy music hall number! This December join Closer Each Day Company aboard Brunel’s SS Great Britain for something distinctly Dickensian and entirely improvised, created on the spot from YOUR suggestions! Closer … More Steamed – A Dickensian Improvised Christmas Tale

Best of Bristol Comedy Theatre

Milk Poetry & Blahblahblah: If Music be the Food of Love…

9th Dec
7.30pm | £8

Milk Poetry join forces with the iconic Blahblahblah for an epic Christmas celebration!

Poetry and music are soul sisters. So, this December we’re bringing them together a poetic symphony to warm your cockles and your toes. Grab yourself a mug of mulled wine and a mince pie from the Old Market Assembly bar and let our specially selected line up of musical poets and poetic musicians do their … More Milk Poetry & Blahblahblah: If Music be the Food of Love…

Best of Bristol Spoken Word

Rhys James: Snitch

21st Feb - 22nd Feb
8pm | £13

Chuckle Busters presents an evening with one of the country's most popular comedians, presented by Show And Tell in association with United Agents

Mock The Week regular and star of his own BBC Radio 4 series, Rhys James heads out on his first national tour. In early 2019, Rhys was asked to go back to his school and inspire the Year 11s. Given that teenagers are a nightmare and there was no fee, he ghosted the teacher who … More Rhys James: Snitch

Comedy