Josh Widdicombe – Bit Much…Comedy at Storyhouse Running from
Next event: Thursday 1 October at 8pm
- £21.50 (each ticket is subject to a £1.50 booking fee)
- Storyhouse Theatre
The government have advised that, whilst stopping short of forcing theatres and cinemas to close, people should stay away, and so Storyhouse will be temporarily closed from Tuesday 17 March. We are not yet sure how long this will be for, but this does affect a number of events, shows and screenings.
Josh Widdicombe – Bit Much… has been postponed Thursday 1 October. We will be contacting all bookers as soon as possible with your options.
If you have not heard from us by midnight on Friday 20 March, please click here.
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Tour extended due to phenomenal demand!
The guy everyone can do an impression of is back with a brand-new stand-up tour. A show that will change your life and how you perceive your place in the world. Bit much? Fine, it’ll be a very funny night of grumbles and jokes in which Josh will finally tackle the hot comedy topics of advent calendars, pesto and the closing time of his local park.
Widdicombe is best known for the twice BAFTA nominated and multiple Broadcast and RTS award-winning show The Last Leg, as well as his critically acclaimed sitcom JOSH, Insert Name Here, QI, Have I Got New For You, A League of Their Own and his hit podcast Quickly Kevin Will He Score.
Likely to be swearing and adult content
|Thursday 1 October||8pm||Storyhouse Theatre||Tickets from £21.50||Limited Availability|
One of the most bankable talents in UK comedyGuardian Guide
Hugely appealing stand-up which marries a keen observational eye to a petulant anger at the apparent ludicrousness of the modern worldThe Guardian
If they made frustration an Olympic sport the Last Leg co-host would win gold every timeEvening Standard
Widdicombe’s charm and incurable exasperation with the modern world win the dayThe I