Critically acclaimed and award winning stand up comedian, host of his own TV entertainment show and stand up show on Comedy Central, Celebrity Juice regular and the only person to ever put Katie Hopkins in her place; Chris Ramsey brings his brand new 2018 live tour to venues nationwide.
It sold out last time so snap tickets up as soon as you can!
Support from Carl Hutchinson.
Who is El Hablador? It’s Ross Noble.
No, but who is the one they call El Hablador? I just said, it is Ross Noble. You know? Long hair, does stand up where he dances about the stage, spinning out all the nonsense in his head into a show.
But what is the legend of El Hablador? I don’t think it’s a thing. It’s clearly Ross coming up with a name for his show, so he can make out like he is some sort of mysterious shadowy figure.
Ok I get it.
Ross Noble returns to dance around the stage spinning out all the nonsense in his head into a hilarious stand up show. At some point, he may wander into a shadowy part of the stage and look a bit shadowy.
Book now to see the one they call El Hablador*
*Ross is the only one that calls himself El Hablador.
Join us for the official launch event for Leicester Comedy Festival 2019.
This annual comedy treat is the perfect opportunity to sample some of the acts who will be performing as part of the main festival when it rolls into town in February. Always a sell out, the show has previously included appearances from Jimmy Carr, Sarah Millican, Mel & Sue, Jenny Eclair and Barry Cryer.
For further details about the line-up, visit Leicester Comedy Festival website.
In aid of Big Difference Company (registered charity 1135167).
Sandi Toksvig is bringing her brand new, one-woman comedy show to the hall!
Sandi thinks that being called a National Treasure is bit embarrassing and she has decided instead to become a National Trevor – half misprint, half Danish comedian, novelist, actor and broadcaster.
Expect tall stories, fascinatingly funny facts, really silly jokes and some terrible baking from the host of Great British Bake Off, QI and 15to1. Don’t expect tap-dancing, needlework or headstands.
In the quick fire Q&A you can ask Sandi whatever you want – but please don’t ask her bra size (she doesn’t know).
"Wonderfully sharp." Time Out
"Laden with laughs." Guardian
"Captivating ... excellent." The Times
Tickets £27.50 £18.50
Part of Leicester Comedy Festival 2019
Dave Gorman, the man behind Dave TV’s hit show Modern Life Is Goodish as well as Are You Dave Gorman? and Googlewhack Adventure, is back on the road with a brand new live show, With Great PowerPoint Comes Great ResponsibilityPoint.
As the title suggests, he’s bringing his laptop and projector screen with him so expect the "King of Powerpoint comedy" (The Guardian) to have more detailed analysis of those parts of life you’ve never stopped to think about before. Hey, not all heroes wear capes.
With support from Nick Doody.
"A near foolproof delivery system for jokes. Gorman's intention isn't to mock PowerPoint but to explore its potential as a weapon in the stand-up armoury.” The Guardian
"Dave Gorman is funny and brilliant in equal measure." The Times
"There is no need to draw a graph to calculate that this is an extremely entertaining evening." Evening Standard
"Has transformed the seemingly mundane into hours of unabashed hysteria." Metro
You couldn’t make it up, surely the German Comedy Ambassador Henning Wehn hasn’t bosched out yet another new show? And what’s he still doing here anyway? Well, his lack of transferable skills is what keeps him here and his belief that practice makes perfect is what keeps him going.
This show is a much needed call to arms. Listen, everyone, stop pondering and hand-wringing. Instead get on your bike and put your face to the grindstone!
Henning's most recent television and radio appearances include Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You, Would I Lie To You, Fighting Talk and The Unbelievable Truth.
"As subtle as Schumacher on Battiston." Some bloke on Twitter
"Die entgueltige Teilung Europas - das ist mein Auftrag." Henning himself
"Wehn wraps his vowels around the issues of immigration and identity. And he triumphs at it." The Times
"Cor blimey." The Guardian