Camp humour as the stand-up tries out new material.
Fri 26 Nov
Sat 27 Nov
The Britain's Got Talent finalist returns with a new hour of observational comedy, reflecting on the hellish year of 2020 and how he made lemonade out of lemons.
Sun 16 May
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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.
Fri 3 Dec
Star of SAS: Who Dares Wins goes on tour and discusses his career as a member of the UK Special Forces.
Sun 23 Jan
The comic hits the road again with more observational comedy.
Fri 6 May
Thu 10 Nov
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Tue 21 Dec
Wed 22 Dec
Thu 23 Dec
New stand-up hour from the English comedian and former I'm a Celebrity … contestant.
Sat 13 Nov
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 10 Dec
Sat 11 Dec
Jools and his band play classic boogie woogie and rock'n'roll tunes for your merriment.
Sat 8 May
Sun 22 May
Comedian and star of Netflix show The Duchess discusses how she's married her first love, despite having disavowed marriage previously.
Thu 4 Nov
Absurd one-liners from telly regular Jones.
Fri 20 May
After reaching the final of Britain’s Got Talent 2020 (3000 Ofcom complaints), Nabil Abdulrashid brings his brand-new stand-up show on tour.
From growing up under military rule in northern Nigeria to falling into legal trouble as a teenager in south London, join Nabil as he recollects the remarkable, chaotic and sometimes tragic (but always hilarious) story of his life so far.
Expect a night of “unapologetically funny” (Telegraph) stand-up as Nabil charts his journey from humble beginnings (and middles) to one of UK comedy’s most talked about rising stars.
Refreshingly radical fare, smartly woven into a gag-packed set… a fresh comic voice The Telegraph
The star by a wide margin… animated by a sardonic intelligence and sharp eye for the absurdities of racial discourse The Guardian
Defiant and fearless *The Metro *
Hilarious The Radio Times
Absolutely brilliant, a breath of fresh air Alesha Dixon
Too funny. A really refreshing comic voice *David Walliams *
Legendary stuff, bro *Ashley Banjo *
Sat 9 Oct
Improvised comic ventriloquism from Conti, who manages to weave humour and poignancy into her shows. Her puppet creations include Monk (a cynical monkey) and Granny (an elder Scotswoman).
Sat 20 Nov
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.
Sat 29 Jan
Sarah Millican muses about throwing poo over a wall, floatation tanks and weight loss via the loss of a fingertip on her sixth international tour.
Fri 22 Oct
Sat 23 Oct
Sun 24 Oct
The brand-new stand-up show from the star of The Tez OClock Show (Channel 4), TEZ Talks (BBC Radio 4) and the multi-award-winning Man Like Mobeen (BBC Three). Join Tez as he uses his trademark silly, smart and subversive approach to pit ordinary people against the establishment. Expect huge laughs, groans and shocks as Tez confronts the state of the world with his cheeky, provocative flair.
Thu 28 Oct
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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