Remembering Sean Hughes | The week's best live comedy

Remembering Sean Hughes

The week's best live comedy

The week's best live comedy


Sunday November 10

LONDON: Today would have been Sean Hughes's 54th  birthday, and his honour comedians, musicians and actors will perform some of his work in aid of homeless charity Shelter.  It’s (Still) What He Would’ve Wanted is hosted by Adam Hills at the Soho Theatre, and acts will include Terry Alderton, Ben Bailey Smith, Dave Cohen, Dave Fulton, John Hegley and Reece Shearsmith.

Monday November 11

LONDON: There’s a  strong line-up at the Everyone's A Joker gig in the intimate setting of 2Northdown,including Edinburgh Comedy Award winner  Jordan Brookes, newcomer nominees Huge Davies and Olga Koch and many more.

Wednesday November 13

LONDON: One of the most interesting comic voices of his generation (Z), Ed Night is know for his dark, honest comedy – misanthropic but trying his best. Painfully attuned to the world around him, his latest show, Jokes Of Love And Hate, is upstairs at the Soho Theatre from tonight until Saturday.

Thursday November 14

MANCHESTER: Fill your boots with top-notch acts at the Comedy Store all weekend, including the brilliant Kiri Pritchard-McLean, improvisational livewires The Noise Next Door, lugubrious everyman Mick Ferry – who are joined by Bobby Marie and Prince Abdi for Friday and Saturday.Tickets

Friday November 15

CHESTER: You're in very safe hands at Alexander's tonight, with circuit favourites  Dan Nightingale, Peter Brush and Rich Wilson.

LONDON: Bitchy flight attendant Pam Ann returns to London, with a show at the Troxy in Stepney.

Published: 10 Nov 2019

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