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Ashcroft Arts Centre

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Osborn Road, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 7DX
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Ayesha Hazarika: The State of the Nation

Many comedians are focusing on politics at the minute - some with reason, some without. However if any stand-up is going to have an insight into the goings-on of Westminster then it will be Hazarika who used to work as a special advisor for the likes of Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband. Tonight she presents hilarious anecdotes and brutally honest truths about life behind the door of Number 10.

Thu 6 Jul

Eleanor Conway's Walk of Shame

Eleanor Conway's Walk of Shame

Ludicrous observations from the comedian who discusses porn, sex, drugs and drink and all the stuff you're supposed to know by the age of 31.

Fri 12 May

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Geoff Norcott: Conswervative

Satirical comedy from the comedian, a trade unionist's son who grew up on a council estate, now wondering how on earth he ended up leaning to the right.

Sat 20 May

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Katy Brand: I Was a Teenage Christian

Katy Brand: I Was a Teenage Christian

The comedian tells the true story of when she was the member of a teenage church group.

Wed 14 Jun

£13

Luke Wright: The Toll

Luke Wright is this month's guest at Twisted Words, Rugby's open-mic poetry night. Join him as he reads from his latest collection, The Toll, which deals in doubt, duty, and a hundred lonely evenings spent shouting at Question Time. It's visceral, inventive verse that sweats, bleeds and sings - and it's from a word artist at the top of his game.

Wed 21 Jun

£10–£12

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles On The Future (Work In Progress)

Red Shed is the third part in a trilogy that started with the multi award-winning shows Bravo Figaro and Cuckooed. Thomas returns to the place where he first started to perform in public, a red wooden shed in Wakefield, the Labour Club, to celebrate the club's 50th birthday and a political legacy that is still being felt deeply by the local community.

Sat 13 May

£10

Sofie Hagen: Dead Baby Frog

Best Newcomer at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015, Sofie Hagen has been charming the UK with her spot-on comedy ever since. This is her brand new show, which we hope won't actually contain any dead baby frogs.

Thu 12 Oct

£12.10 (£8.80)

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