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The Brewhouse

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Coal Orchard, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1JL
  • Telephone 01823 283244
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  • Website www.thebrewhouse.net
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Chris McCausland

Chris McCausland

A brand new stand-up show following a stonking set on Live at the Apollo and a sell-out Fringe, one of the UK's top stand-ups Chris McCausland is on tour. Sunday Times Best of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018.   He's blind. He's a dad. He's a husband. He's third in command. He'll speaky about all of that, and loads more.  

Thu 5 May

£14–£16

Geoff Norcott

Geoff Norcott

Controversial comedian known for his conservative politics, as seen on Question Time and Mock the Week.

Fri 11 Mar

£15

Gyles Brandreth: Break a Leg

Gyles Brandreth: Break a Leg

Actor, author, One Show reporter, former MP and government whip tours his new one man show about all things theatrical.

Fri 6 May

Prices to be confirmed

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

Hal Cruttenden: Straight Outta Cruttenden

Observational humour from the TV regular.

Fri 13 May

£21.90

Mark Watson: This Can't Be It

Mark Watson: How You Can Almost Win

Stand-up star Mark Watson will head out with his show that was originally intended for 2020 before Covid-19 swept the globe. The show ponders 'what should we be doing with our time on earth, and how can we do it better?'

Fri 18 Feb

£22

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.

Fri 28 Jan

£17.60

Shark in the Park

Shark in the Park

Nick Sharratt's series of kids' books live on stage.

Sun 24 Oct
Mon 25 Oct

Sindhu Vee: Alphabet

Sindhu Vee: Alphabet

A brand-new show about the hair we want, the friends we have, and living the vast difference between virus and viral.

Expect "outspoken, frank and funny stand-up" (Evening Standard) from this Edinburgh Comedy Awards Best Newcomer nominee.

As seen on Live at the Apollo, QI, Have I Got News for You and Sex Education and heard on Radio 4's Things My Mother Never Told Me (…About Lockdown) and The Guilty Feminist podcast.

“Acerbic perspective and unapologetic delivery” The List

Wed 17 Nov

£17.50

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