19th October 2011

Described by Time Out as a ‘circuit God’, Hal is one of the UK’s funniest comedians. In the past twelve months he has appeared on ITV1’s Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford, BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and BBC2’s The Rob Brydon Show and the year before had the honour of performing in front of The Queen at The Royal Variety Performance (2009).

Following the success of last year’s ‘Lively’ tour, where Hal was “angry...but not sure why”, he embarks on his second ever solo national tour, this time armed with yet more witty observations, minute grievances and misplaced anger. It's a show jam-packed with middle class liberal moaning washed down with lashings of hypocrisy...and it's very funny.

“Hugely talented” The Times.

“Go and see Hal Cruttenden, he’s got something to say and he’ll make you laugh; a lot.” The Daily Mirror.

“There’s an authenticity to the material, and he delivers it with affability, passion and rhythm, adroitly bouncing ideas around the audience as a set-up to each routine in a way that’s as charming as he is witty.” Chortle.

£10 / £8 concs.
Doors open 8pm, show starts 8.30pm.
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