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The Berry Theatre

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Wildern Lane, Hedge End, Hampshire, SO30 4EJ
  • Telephone 02380 652333
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  • Website www.theberrytheatre.co.uk
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Aurie Styla: 'Green' Tour

One of the UK’s most charismatic comedians, Aurie Styla, is touring nationwide to 13 cities with his fourth solo show, Green. March 2022 see’s Aurie kick off the tour in Birmingham, all the way April 2022 to Leeds. This comes off the back of his previous sold out tour ‘Just Like That’, starring in two movies (The Living Dead & On The Other Foot), an array of TV appearances, and presenting his Monday night BBC Radio show ‘The Scene’.

Thu 31 Mar

£15–£17

Hal Cruttenden: It's Best You Hear It From Me

Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden

Observational humour from the TV regular.

Sat 26 Feb

£20.90

Kerry Godliman: Bosh

Kerry Godliman Bosh

The stand-up and actress is back on tour to discuss her needy cat, the pitfalls of camper-van ownership, mum guilt and more.

Fri 4 Mar

£15–£17 (£15)

Lou Sanders: One Word: Wow

It's me again, your old internet friend Dr Giggles.

It's time for a little get together; so pull up a chair, get all cosy and let me tell you about the time I gave this horse a boner. I'll bring my skates, you bring your wallet and we'll all take some piccies.

Maybe this show is the real vaccine?

As seen on The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS), Taskmaster (Channel 4), QI (BBC Two), Travel Man (Channel 4) and co-host of Mel Giedroyc's Unforgivable (Dave).

'A comedian who leaves you wanting more'Times 'She's terrific'Guardian 'Thank the comedy Gods'Chortle

Fri 29 Apr

£18.92

Lou Sanders: Say Hello to Your New Step-Mummy

Lou Sanders: Say Hello To Your New Step-Mummy

Lou Sanders discusses mental health, relationships and pervs in her latest hour.

Fri 29 Apr

£17

Matt Forde

Star of Unspun with Matt Forde dolls out political comedy and satire.

Fri 8 Apr

£17.92 (£15.68)

Sam Avery: Role Model

Sam needs to step up.

With two children looking to him for guidance, it’s high-time he evolved into the role model he always thought he’d be. But he didn’t sleep well last night and being a hero is harder than it looks. Plus, he forgot to put the bins out and now his wife hates him.

In this side-splitting new stand-up show, Sam explores what it means to be a role model in modern Britain, how the people he looked up to shaped his world, and how the struggle to help his kids find their moral compass often causes him to misplace his own.

Can you be a role model on four hours sleep?

Can you mentor someone who thinks you’re a moron?

And how do you change the world if you can’t even clean your kitchen?

Recommended for 16+.

Haze and smoke effects.

Fri 13 May

£16–£18 (£16)

Shaparak Khorsandi: IT WAS THE 90s!

Shaparak Khorsandi: It Was the 90s!

Ah, the 90s! The decade that Shaparak Khorsandi was in her twenties and ‘ladette’ culture ruled the school. The decade when there was nothing to be done but party, and Shaparak found herself flying about London with hope in her heart, a tenner in her pocket and spare knickers in her handbag. She matched the boys pint-for-pint and frequently woke up in parts of London she’d never heard of. With hindsight though, the way people behaved back then looks like the ultimate in self harm. In those days, ‘mindfulness’ was making sure you had enough money for the night bus and ‘self care’ was putting your flat shoes in a handbag. This is a show about how we 90s kids are looking to young people to learn how to take care of ourselves.

Sat 12 Feb

£18.60

Slot Machine Theatre: One Snowy Night at The Berry Theatre

Slot Machine Theatre: One Snowy Night at The Berry Theatre

The charming stage adaptation of Nick Butterworth's best selling book, featuring Percy the Park Keeper. As Percy goes to sleep after a hard day sweeping leaves, he’s woken by a knock at his door. Who could it be on a night like this?

It’s Squirrel, cold and shivering on the porch and looking for somewhere warm to sleep. There’s nowhere warmer than Percy’s bed – but it soon becomes a fur and feather-filled squeeze as all the freezing park animals come in from the cold. Fox, Badger, Hedgehog and friends warm their collective paws (and claws) in Percy’s home until they, too, are disturbed by a little something burrowing into the hut from below!

A snuggly, heart-warming story, with songs to sing along to, furry puppet friends to meet and blankets to be tucked up in, One Snowy Night is great fun for younger children!

Fri 10 Dec

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Sat 11 Dec

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Sun 12 Dec

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Mon 13 Dec

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Tue 14 Dec

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Wed 15 Dec

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Thu 16 Dec

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Fri 17 Dec

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Sat 18 Dec

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Sun 19 Dec

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Mon 20 Dec

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Tue 21 Dec

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Wed 22 Dec

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Thu 23 Dec

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Fri 24 Dec

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Sat 25 Dec

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Sun 26 Dec

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Mon 27 Dec

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Tue 28 Dec

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Wed 29 Dec

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Thu 30 Dec

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Unbelievable Science

The Point. Expect explosive thrills, chemical spills and a risk assessment that gives their stage manager chills, all backed up by the daring duo’s trademark wit, charm and detailed knowledge of the scientific method. Leave your lab coats at the door, it’s time for Unbelievable Science!

Thu 24 Feb

£9 (£7)

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