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Lawrence Batley Theatre

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Queen's Square, Queen Street, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD1 2SP
  • Telephone 01484 430528
  • Email
  • Website www.thelbt.org
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The Brand-New, Full-Throated Adventures of Reginald D Hunter

Reginald D Hunter

Mick Perrin Worldwide

Reginald D Hunter returns to the Fringe this summer with his highly anticipated new show. For over 20 years his searingly honest material has garnered him a cross-generational fan base. TV appearances have included Have I Got News for You?, and two series of BBC Two's hugely popular Reginald D Hunter's Songs of the South, documenting Reginald's epic road trip through American popular song. 'Compelling onstage charisma. He remains a towering presence in absolute control' ★★★★ (Evening Standard). 'Arguably the most accomplished act in the comedy section of your Fringe brochure' (Scotsman).

Thu 29 Apr

£24.50

Daliso Chaponda: Blah Blah Blacklist

Daliso Chaponda: Blah Blah Blacklist

Stand-up from the Britain's Got Talent star, who explores blacklisted celebrities and historical figures we're ashamed we once admired.

Thu 4 Feb

£18

Ed Byrne: If I'm Honest

Ed Byrne: If I'm Honest …

The observational comic discusses whether he has any traits worthy of being inherited by his progeny. In addition to his time on the comedy circuit, Byrne has also become a recognisable face on the telly, featuring on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, *The Pilgrimage, Top Gear and QI.

Sat 25 Sep

£26.50

Iain Stirling: Failing Upwards

Iain Stirling: Failing Upwards

Brand new comedy show from Iain Stirling.

Thu 28 Oct

£20.72

Jason Byrne Wrecked But Ready

Jason Byrne: You Can Come in, But Don't Start Anything

The immensely popular Fringe fave takes to the stage for an hour of his raucous stand-up.

Thu 21 Oct

£19.50

Robert White

Robert White

The Britains Got Talent 2018 runner-up goes out on tour.

Sat 30 Jan

£17.50

Sindhu Vee: Sandhog

Sindhu Vee: Sandhog

Debut show from the host of BBC Radio 4's Comedy of the Week podcast.

Sat 11 Sep

£16.50

Steve Harley

Steve Harley

The original Cockney rebel plays his hits.

Wed 2 Jun

£34.65

The Lawrence Batley theatre, often known locally as LBT, was named after a cash and carry philanthropist. It has a varied arts programme as well as theatrical performances.

The venue includes the Queenie's cafe and a theatre bar.

The building was originally a Methodist chapel opened from 1819, and was only converted to an arts centre in 1973, but closed again in 1975 due to building problems, and then only re-opened in 1996, after a further renovation.

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