Nine of the biggest names in comedy will bring laughs to Lancaster Grand Theatre within the space of 21 days.
Some shows are already sold out, including appearances in TV by top comics Russell Kane, John Bishop, Sean Lock and Chris Addison.
But there are tickets still available for mouth-shaking material, starting with Andy Parsons on March 22, for whom being a regular on Mock the Week and a popular stand-up act on Live at the Apollo has led to his comedy becoming even more controversial and up-to-date.
Andy is touring his brand new show - I’ve Got a Shed.
Next in the spotlight is Lee Hurst on March 25; fresh from his East End Club.
Well-known for his appearances on Saturday Live and They Think It’s All Over, Lee believes everyone has the right to choose their own fate and his personal choice is shown in his new tour, ‘Too Scared to Leave the House.’
Returning to the stage, on April 4 is Josh Widdicombe, seen as a support act for Alan Carr, Kevin Bridges and Michael McIntyre. Josh’s eagerly-awaited show deals with his inability to embrace adventure in his life and his continued frustration with everything he comes into contact with.
Back by popular demand on April 6 is the incredible Terry Alderton.
The star of Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, Dave’s One Night Stand and The Sun’s Comedian of the Year is back with a brand new show.
And finally, with his first visit to the Grand, Marcus Brigstocke on April 13.
For all tickets please call 01524 64695.