A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Fri 18 Dec
Camp humour as the stand-up tries out new material.
Sat 14 Nov
Sun 15 Nov
The star of BBC1’s Strictly Come Dancing is taking to the road with his debut solo tour!
Join *Craig *as he talks about his life from Australia to the West End to Strictly, reveals a wealth of backstage gossip with his trademark wit and candour, and gives a very special performance of some of the music which has been the soundtrack to his career.
Book now for a fabulous evening of entertainment!
Wed 4 Nov
TV food broadcasters the Hairy Bikers (also known as Si King and Dave Myers) talk food, TV and more as they cook live on stage.
Thu 29 Oct
Reportedly returning to touring after a six-year absence in order 'to spend less time with the family', expect more of the usual deliciously dry takes on life from TV rent-a-grump Dee.
Sat 21 Nov
Star of SAS: Who Dares Wins goes on tour and discusses his career as a member of the UK Special Forces.
Wed 11 Nov
The comic hits the road again with more observational comedy.
Thu 1 Jul
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr. Suitable for ages 16+.
Tue 27 Oct
Tue 22 Dec
Wed 23 Dec
New stand-up hour from the English comedian and former I'm a Celebrity … contestant.
Sun 18 Oct
New hour from the English comedian best known as a team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, plus Dave's Ultimate Worrier.
Fri 23 Oct
Fri 11 Dec
Jools and his band play classic boogie woogie and rock'n'roll tunes for your merriment. Plus expect special guests adding their talents to the mix.
Sat 8 May
Absurd one-liners from telly regular Jones.
Tue 4 May
Bossa nova covers of the likes of Joy Division, the Cure, the Specials, the Clash and other early 80s alternative heroes.
Sun 25 Oct
Welsh comedian Rhod Gilbert returns to comedy after a six year hiatus and discusses the unfortunate turns his life has taken since the last time he was on stage.
Sun 8 Nov
In 1970, just five years after being established, the University of Warwick commissioned the building of an arts centre. Opening in 1974, the building won a RIBA award
Over the years, the centre has welcomed a range of performances and today, across the venue's five performance spaces – Butterworth Hall, Theatre, Studio Theatre, Cinema and Gallery – music, drama, comedy, film and community events are presented daily.
Warwick Arts Centre is served by the A45, A46, M40 and M42 and there are car parks throughout the town. Bus number 12 and Unibus drop off near to the venue and the 12 runs from the train station.
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