A chance to see Andy in Westcliff
PUBLISHED: 16:05 29 March 2012
If you are looking for a laugh, look no further.
One of Britain’s best loved comedians will be coming to the Palace Theatre in London Road, Westcliff on 24 April at 8pm.
Funny man Andy Hamilton, best known for being the co-creator and co-writer of the award winning show, Outnumbered and for his many appearances on shows such as, Have I Got News For You and QI, will be hitting the stage again this spring with his hugely popular show, Hat of Doom, which made its debut in 2008.
During the first tour, Andy famously wore a shiny top hat through portions of the show, which he pretended rendered him invisible
This one-man show is brimming with jokes, stories, gossip, music, cash prizes, nudity and trampolines, and for those of you seeking a bit of excitement, “mild peril.”
For the past 30 years, Andy has been celebrated as one of Britain’s most prolific and successful comedy writers and performers.
He is widely recognized as co-creator and co-writer of the classic Channel 4 TV sitcom, Drop the Dead Donkey.
His other tv works include writing sketches for Not the Nine O’Clock News, Alas Smith and Jones, and The Armstrong Miller Show.
Andy is also a very popular voice on national radio, known for his frequent appearances on BBC Radio 4 and starring as Satan in his own award-winning Radio 4 sitcom, Old Harry’s Game.
Tickets are £19 (including the £1 levy) from the box office on 01702 351135
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