On his sixth UK tour, the comedian tries to make sense of the current cultural and political scene with his playfully provocative brand of humour.
Whether it's the dire blandness of the two main parties or the shamelessly shoe-horned right-on messages in adverts and films, Geoff continues to tread in areas much of comedy leaves well alone.
But this time around he also has a mission. As well as casting his everyman eye over what's happening in wider society, Geoff is trying to unpick what's happening with your average bloke. Remember them?
It’s been a rough couple of years for blokes. Toxic masculinity has grabbed all the headlines and ruined it for communal garden geezers, who have been put under the microscope like never before. At first glance, there’s not much to examine – there’s no Bloke 2.0.
Taking up his own bloke’s-eye-view. Geoff can see that despite the social media vortex, your man in the street, average Joe, man on the Clapham Omnibus and your John Smiths just keep plodding on, fuelled by a diet of football, sheds, super-hero films, sporting autobiographies, wearing socks at all times and strategically burying feelings when necessary.
However, under the paraphernalia of manhood and the sometimes basic, even primal, behaviour of dads and lads, Geoff can see that there is something mysterious and definitely non-toxic going on.
A kindly and funny stock-take of both himself and his fellow man, Geoff unlocks some of the more complicated behaviour of your husbands, dads and brothers.
'He has become one of our most refreshingly funny comedians of any stripe' ★★★★ The Times
'He’s a class act with a mature, sharp take on modern politics' Sunday Times
In the aftermath of a global pandemic, the comedian and scientist has had a Riawakening and sees the world differently.
In this highly anticipated debut tour Ria tackles the issues of coming out of a global pandemic, the new normal, divorce, dating in a new digital world, motherhood and what it really means to be a woman today.
Fearless, provocative, and very funny, Ria Lina is the only Filipina comedian in British stand-up and a hugely admired talent in the comedy industry.
Her extensive list of credits includes Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You, Mock the Week, Lovestruck High, Richard Hammond’s Brain Reaction, House of Games, The Last Leg and Celebrity Mas-termind.
'I guarantee you will laugh a lot' ★★★★ The Scotsman
Voted Comedians’ Comedian of The Year 2021/2022, Jo Caulfield is quite simply one of the most consistently funny and creative comics in the country.
Hot on the heels of her sell-out Edinburgh Fringe run, Here Comes Trouble is packed with brilliant routines and fantastically embarrassing stories.
Audiences can expect razor-sharp observations and scandalous one liners as Jo gets her claws into everything and everyone. From yelling at strangers on trains (and many other places), to discussing ridiculous sexual fantasies and annoying her neighbours, Jo doesn’t mean to cause trouble; she just has the nerve to say out loud what everyone else thinking!
This is Jo Caulfield doing what she does best: pure Stand-Up. Just Jo, a microphone, and a bad attitude.
'Sharp-witted urban comedy that goes down a treat… like a sociology textbook but with jokes' The Times
'Ms Caulfield’s shows are always very popular and this is no exception. Be quick to see a top comedian at her very best' ★★★★★ One4Review
'If you’re craving the experience of being absolutely helpless with laughter, this is where you need to come' ★★★★ Bouquets & Brickbats
'Jo’s a practised, experienced and talented comedian ... Unsurprisingly, she’s won awards for this, and I’m sure she’ll win them again' ★★★★ Edinburgh Reviews
Relentlessly funny and bursting with magic for ages five to 105!
Roll up, roll up! Morgan & West are back with a massive magic show for kids (and their childish grown-ups)!
Expect gawps, gasps, and guffaws in this relentlessly funny and fantastical magic filled extravaganza, guaranteed to delight those aged five and 105, and indeed everyone in between!
Morgan & West have shown their scientific skills in Unbelievable Science (national tour), brought good will to all with their Great Big Christmas Magic Show (national tour), attempted to escape The Slammer (CBBC), and even fooled Penn & Teller (ITV CW Network).
Conjuring capers, mysterious magic tricks, larger than life laughs, and fantastic facial furniture all crammed into one hour of non-stop fun for all the family.
'Hilarious and good for all ages' Primary Times
'Hugely talented' ★★★★ Mirror
'Superbly crafted' ★★★★ The Stage
Suitable for ages 5+ years.
£12 | £10 under 16s
Family and Friends (4 people) £40
Tickets for children under 18 months For this show, tickets seats are not required for children under 18 months who are happy to sit on laps.
You might have seen him on Scared of the Dark, Would I Lie to You, Have I Got News for You, The Royal Variety, QI, Blankety Blank, The Last Leg, and tons more as well.
He's been called an 'overnight success' - even though he's been doing stand-up for yonks!
Chris McCausland is hitting the road again with another masterclass in stand-up comedy that has literally been yonks in the making.
Suitable for ages 16+ years.
Star of Live at the Apollo, Late Night Mash and Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee.
Helen Bauer brings a show all about the women in her life, from her mother to her best friend and that one girl who was mean in 2008.
Oh, and Disney Princesses, obvs.
Co-host of the smash-hit podcast Trusty Hogs and seen on BBC3, Comedy Central, Dave, ITV and more.
'Sticking out for all the right reasons’ ★★★★ Scotsman
‘Utterly brilliant’ ★★★★ List
Rachel 'Very much the rock’n’roll star of British comedy'- Rolling Stone' - 'Fairburn delivers…with sadistic glee' – Guardian - 'Mouth Almighty' – Her Friends' is back with a brand-new tour for 2023.
She’ll be casting her acerbic eye over everything from your children to her pretentious new alcohol-free life (accurate at time of writing). She’s worried though. Has she mellowed a bit? She carries a lucky crystal now. Catch her before she disappears to the countryside with only joss sticks and taxidermy for company.
Co-host of International smash hit podcast All Killa No Filla and as seen on Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave), Richard Osman’s House of Games (BBC) and Russell Howard Hour Life Lesson (Sky).
'Huge presence in a pint-sized frame' ★★★★ Chortle
'Bright, brave and bitterly enjoyable' ★★★★ The Skinny
'Gag-heavy, opinionated and smart' ★★★★ Funny Women
A polished showman and raconteur. An unforgettable evening we can’t stop talking about.
Following a completely sell out run in 2022 - James Phelan, the magician most infamous for jamming the BBC switchboard after he correctly predicted the lottery presents with an all new show for 2023.
This dazzling, five star rated magic show will leave you aching with laughter and dizzy in disbelief. Directed by the late Paul Daniels in his final theatrical project and Rated 5 stars across the board - you’ll see why The List magazine called this show ‘one to watch in the world of magic’.
'One of the most endearing factors is seeing amazed faces young and old. This
show has many moments like that' ★★★★★ BBC Sounds
'Leaves even the most seasoned magic go-ers flabbergasted' ★★★★★ Fringe Magazine
'Magic is in his bones. Disbelief, flabbergasted, stunned... Quick thinking humour rolls off his tongue’ ★★★★★ Henley Herald
This enigmatic and critically acclaimed, glance at the most engaging of art-forms transports you to a jaw-dropping world of light-hearted hilarity, wonderment, and mystery. One night only and a sure sell-out so don’t miss out! James Phelan is The Greatest Magician.