Latest On-Sales: 05.04.2012
We have another fantastic batch of on-sales.
Saturday 1st September
Caustic, Charming, Controversial...
Call him what you will, but stand-up phenomenon Jim Jefferies is acknowledged as the fastest rising, most hilarious cutting edge comic ever to claw his way to the top of the comedy world. Hailed by critics and loved by his legions of fans, Jefferies glorious roasting of society's most sacred cows has made him a headlining sensation throughout the globe.
Sunday 30th September
Comedian, Novelist, Actor, Broadcaster, Show-off and International treasure - is embarking on her first major UK solo tour in years to celebrate publication of her new novel Valentine Grey,
Long-standing host of Radio Four’s News Quiz and Excess Baggage and regular QI panelist, Sandi will be touring a brand new, uniquely witty evening of stand-up, stories and fascinating facts.
For Those About To Rock:
Friday 16th November
Live/Wire: The AC/DC Show
The unique six man tribute to rock's greatest band AC/DC, complete with cannons, a wall of Marshalls and over two hours of High Voltage Rock and Roll. And with both Bon Scott and Brian Johnson present, the very start of AC/DC is covered followed by a musical tour of the past forty Electric years as the Rock and Roll Train powers on and on until the cannons fire ceremoniously to bring the evening to a superb crescendo.
Plus: The ZZ Tops
Sunday 18th November
Greg Lake, songwriter, poet, vocalist and founding member of Emerson Lake and Palmer and King Crimson, tours the UK in November 2012 with “Songs of a Lifetime” – an intimate, interactive and autobiographical show.
Greg Lake has long been considered a legendary voice and musical powerhouse whose impact changed the landscape of rock and roll. The tour showcases Greg’s influence on music and those who influenced his music in an unusual, personal show consisting of songs, stories, and audience participation.
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Published on Thursday 5 April 2012