The Hawth has just announced its new season for the Summer months and it certainly promises a fun-packed summer of laughter, music and more. Some of the big names in comedy have already sold out, with tickets flying out the door for Julian Clary, Al Murray, Shappi Khorssandi, Jimmy Carr and Romesh Ranganathan. However, there […]
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Chequer mead East Grinstead | Saturday 6th June at 7:30pm
East Grinstead’s Summer Comedy Gala
Join us for an evening of side-spliting comedy as four top comedians perform for one night only.
The line up includes; the brilliantly deadpan Romesh Ranganathan (Drunk History, Mock the Week, Live at the Apollo), the uniquely quirky and award-winning comedian Joe Wilkinson (Him & Her, Miranda, Live at the Electric, 8 Out of 10 Cats) and the gorgeously quick witted Kerry Godliman (Derek, Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow). The night will be MC-ed by the hugely likeable funny man, Paul McCaffrey (Russell Howard’s Good News, Practical Jokers)
Tickets: £10.00 in advance, £12.00 on the door
Ashcroft Theatre | Fairfield Halls – Saturday 25 April 8pm
Double Header Tour… Rom Wasn’t Built in a Day and Social Chameleon
Join two of comedy’s rising young stand-up stars as they embark on their first UK tours. Both fresh from supporting their comedy peers and idols, Romesh Ranganathan (support for Seann Walsh, Bill Burr and Ricky Gervais) and Suzi Ruffell (support for Josh Widdicombe, Alan Carr and Kevin Bridges) will now take their hotly-anticipated shows Rom Wasn’t Built in a Day and Social Chameleon on the road.
Saturday 25 April 8pm
£14.25, Concessions £12.25
The Hawth Studio Crawley | Fri 27 & Sat 28 March 8pm
Romesh Rangananthan & Suzi Ruffell
A comedy double bill with two comics presenting their new shows on the same night.
Romesh returns following 2014’s sell-out show with a brand new show, Rom Wasn’t Built In A Day.
‘sharper and funnier than many of his peers’ The Guardian
Suzi Ruffell’s Social Chameleon, sees the ‘stand-up gem’ (The Guardian) questioning why she spent 27 years trying to make anyone and everyone like her before giving up and just being herself.
Suitable for ages 14+
£13.50 (discounts: £11.50)
The Hawth’s Comedy Season is sponsored by Vines of Gatwick