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Josh Widdicombe coming to Yarm next Spring

By Published October 14, 2019


Due to phenomenal demand, top telly comedian Josh Widdicombe has extended his ‘Bit Much…’ tour including a date at Yarm’s Princess Alexandra Auditorium on Tuesday 26th May 2020.

Josh Widdicombe, the guy everyone can do an impression of, is back with a brand-new stand-up tour. A show that will change your life and how you perceive your place in the world. Bit much? Fine, it’ll be a very funny night of grumbles and jokes in which Josh will finally tackle the hot comedy topics of advent calendars, pesto and the closing time of his local park.

Widdicombe is best known for the twice BAFTA nominated and multiple Broadcast and RTS award-winning show The Last Leg, as well as his critically acclaimed sitcom JOSH, Insert Name Here, QI, Have I Got News For You, A League of Their Own and his hit podcast Quickly Kevin Will He Score.

Graham Ramsay from promoters Ten Feet Tall commented: ‘It’s fantastic that we’ve been able to bring Josh back to Teesside. He’s one of the most in demand comedians around with 4 sell-out tours under his belt now. I’ve heard great things about this show and can’t wait to see it myself!”

It’s a great time for comedy on Teesside with shows already announced by Chris Ramsey, Rob Beckett, Jimmy Carr and Ross Noble for 2020, and more to come later this year from Jonathan Pie, John Cooper Clarke, Ruby Wax, James Acaster, Dave Gorman, Jack Dee and John Bishop,

· Josh Widdicombe plays Princess Alexandra Auditorium, Yarm on Tuesday 26th May 2020 at 8.00pm. Tickets, priced £21, go on sale at 10am on Friday 11th October from www.thepaaonline.org or phone 01642 792 587. Suitable for ages 18+

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