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Laughter abounds in Eastbourne

Alice Blezard May 6, 2015

Eastbourne set to be a go-to destination for fans of comedy this summer.

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EASTBOURNE Theatres will see Michael McIntyre, Alan Carr, Ruby Wax and Joe Pasquale take to the stage, amongst many other well-known comedians.

Dara O’Briain starts the ball rolling on May 8, with his show Crowd Tickler. One of the most recognisable faces on British TV as the host of Mock The Week and Star Gazing Live, expect fast-paced comedy from the king of audience interaction.

Next the rude, crude¬†Roy Chubby Brown¬†turns headlines into punch lines with his trademark insult humour on May 14 ‚Äď if you are easily offended, stay away! (Age 18+)

Ruby Wax
Ruby Wax

Ruby Wax will make her first appearance in Eastbourne on May 23, with a hilarious set based on her critically acclaimed book Sane New World.

Tickets for Michael McIntyre’s show Work In Progress on July 2 are like gold dust; so call the box office today to catch a glimpse of this hugely popular cheeky chap, in preparation for his Happy and Glorious Tour.

Scotland’s biggest export Kevin Bridges performs two days later on the July 4, (recommended age 14+), whilst returning Eastbourne favourite Ken Dodd takes to the stage on August 2.

Join BAFTA and British Comedy Award winning comedian, author and chat show host Alan Carr for Yap, Yap, Yap on August 5, and the uniquely voiced Joe Pasquale on August 27.

All of this is in addition to the regular Screaming Blue Murder Comedy Club evenings that take place on Fridays at the Winter Garden. This season’s dates are: July 31, August 28 and September 11. Back with a new earlier time of 7.30pm, tickets for the Comedy Club will be available from the Eastbourne Theatres Box Office for just £10 each.

To see full listings of all shows, click here:

Or telephone the box office on 01323 412000.

 

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