Harry Hill’s career has spanned almost two decades, and following hugely popular radio shows and award-winning television, Hill returns to the stage for the first time in 6 years! His unique brand of humour will no doubt have the Hammersmith Apollo in stitches the size of those that make up his unmistakable collar.
Be sure to grab your tickets quickly – “Sausage Time” is bound to be a sell-out.
Dara O Briain is everywhere – hosting The Apprentice: You’re Fired!, the satirical comedy feast Mock the Week, and recently even providing unashamedly biased boxing commentary for a fellow-Irishman. The comic is known for his whimsical story-telling and reassuring TV manner, however on stage he is out of the compère’s chair and revels in rapid-fire audience participation, showing off his ease and love of improvisation.
With 6 nights at the Hammersmith Apollo to choose from, you’d be a fool to miss out on the craic!
Rarely out of the headlines for offending somebody, Frankie Boyle is brilliantly pessimistic and is bound to have audiences on the edge of their seats, all quietly hoping for a gag to go slightly too far…
“Frankie goes to Hammersmith” this November, so don’t miss out on being part of the controversy.
Perhaps best known for his role as the stereotypical evil headmaster in the massively popular Inbetweeners, the 6’8” tall Greg Davies brings vast amounts of energy and noise to the stage, telling elongated anecdotes fuelled by an obvious enjoyment of sordid humour.
Jason Byrne’s The “People’s Puppeteer” will be a roller coaster of furious, high-energy ramblings from an extremely funny man. Known for his insulting humour and surreal observation, Byrne will have the Hammersmith Apollo brimming with laughter (albeit nervous laughter from those in the front row…).
Like Boyle, Jimmy Carr is never one to shy away from voicing his opinion. Whether he is reeling off a quick succession of deadpan jokes or grotesquely interacting with the audience, Carr describes himself as, “Not knowing where the mark is” and he regularly oversteps it…
There’s never a dull moment with this comic, so book your tickets now for his April shows!
Although Kevin Bridges is influenced by legendary, fellow-countryman Billy Connolly, his performances couldn’t be more different. Bridges retells wonderfully slow-paced anecdotes, often based around experiences in his hometown of Glasgow, and caps them off with sudden and unexpected punch-lines.
Being a regular on the comedy road show scene, you’ll have to be quick to get your hands on tickets for Kevin Bridges.
Milton Jones is a regular on shows like Mock the Week, and with his bemused appearance and whimsical attitude his popularity is growing rapidly. His shows are a wonderful combination of short recurring jokes and entirely surreal observations, as out-there as his shirts.
This hilarious Geordie is always unpredictable and famed for his fiery and fluid freewheeling style. Inspired by random nonsensical observations, Ross Noble’s “Mindblender” will be completely strange, but the comic never strays from appearing like what he is saying is anything but.
It would be a very Noble decision not to buy tickets for this seriously funny bloke!
Having won the Edinburgh Comedy Award at the festival in 2010, Russell Kane’s popularity has grown and grown. The comedian can’t get out of the spotlight, presenting a number of TV shows and even writing his own novel. His self-deprecating humour is brilliantly funny and, like our aforementioned comedians, he is not afraid of a touch of controversy…
Buy tickets for this award-winning comic at Eventim – you will not regret it!