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
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
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
Brand new comedy show from Iain Stirling.
Thu 28 Oct
The immensely popular Fringe fave takes to the stage for an hour of his raucous stand-up.
Thu 21 Oct
Sat 11 Sep
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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