Tatty Macleod: Fugue

Tue 9 & Fri 12 Apr • 8pm • Admission £16.50 • Comedy

 

Also known as ‘That French TikTok Lady’, stand-up comedian Tatty Macleod is bringing her certain je ne sais quoi to the stage with her debut hour of comedy: Fugue.

 

Building on her hugely popular English vs French online sketches she asks the important questions like: ‘Is he a f*ckboi or is he just French?’ ‘Do I have a drinking problem or am I just English?’

 

This is a stand-up show about belonging, finding your tribe, or not, and how to be ok with that.

Please note that there is a theatre restoration levy of £1.50 per ticket. This levy applies to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. Telephone bookings incur an additional booking fee per transaction.

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Laura Smyth: Living My Best Life

Sat 13 Apr • 7:30pm • Admission £15.50 • Comedy

Star of Live At The Apollo, Laura Smyth’s brand-new show explores all aspects of modern life. She has fun mugging off all the madness of parenting, childhood, school, marriage, social media, work, and chasing her dreams. In her own inimitable style, she gets to the truth of the human experience, treading the line between bluntness and warmth throughout.

Ultimately, she is asking how ‘living your best life’ is actually achieved – heads up: it don’t involve Instagram! Fresh from tour support for Jack Whitehall and Michelle de Swarte, this is Laura at her uncensored and ridiculous best.

British Podcast Awards 2023: Best Comedy () For Bang On It
Funny Women Awards 2019: Winner

“One of the best acts I’ve seen in a long long time” Romesh Ranganathan
“A proper star in the making” Jack Whitehall 
“A force of nature” Chortle

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Milton Jones: Work In Progress

Tue 16 Apr • 7.30pm • Full £15 • Comedy

PHIL McINTYRE LIVE Proudly Presents

Milton Jones: Work In Progress

Join Milton as he tries out new material.

“He’s fast, absurd and very Funny” Radio Times
‘No-one can touch Jones when he hits his stride’ The Guardian

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Ed Patrick: Catch Your Breath

Wed 17 Apr • 8pm • Full £16 Concs & NHS Staff £14 • Comedy

NHS anaesthetist, comedian and author Ed Patrick injects the Rondo with a gut-punch hilarious show about becoming a junior doctor, the pitfalls of modern medicine and the power of questioning it.

There’s plenty of laughing gas to go round!

“Brilliantly funny” Matt Lucas
“Had the audience in fits of laughter” The Scotsman
“Extremely funny” Telegraph
“Masterful, playfully provocative writing” Chortle
“Packed with funny anecdotes” Guardian

As seen on Channel 4 and heard on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Scotland

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Much Ado About Numbers

Thu 18 Apr • 8pm • Full £15 Concs £12 • Professional Theatre

Created & Presented by Rob Eastaway and Rebecca MacMillan

COME AND CELEBRATE THE NEW BOOK PUBLISHED ON 18TH APRIL


Bored of the Bard? Does Maths drive you mad?

In this lively interactive show, mathematician Rob Eastaway and Shakespeare improviser Rebecca MacMillan will make you think differently about the two subjects everyone has to study until they are 16. Explore the surprising and entertaining ways that maths and numbers crop up in Shakespeare’s plays, the fascinating mathematics (or was it magic?) emerging in William’s world, and why there really was much ado about…zero.

Whether you’re a Shakespeare fan, a numbers nerd, or someone who loves both, you’re in for an unmissable treat as Rob and Reb bring the world of numbers and words together in this curious, insightful and funny show.

Signed copies of the book will be available to purchase at a discount on the evening.

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Rock The Tots: Legends

Fri 19 Apr • 11am • Full £8 • Music

Gigs for little ones… and their grown-ups! 

Steph and Craig are back with their fun live music sessions for families – and they have got a corker of a show for you. This month they are celebrating musical legends that are no longer with us, but the music lives on!  

From Prince to Kurt Cobain, from Whitney Houston to Amy Winehouse, they will be bringing you the best rocking tunes by the best legends.  

There will be puppets, comical characters, bubbles and more – you and your little one will have a blast.

Sessions are approximately 1 hour long, without an interval. 
Suitable for children aged 0-6, and their adults. Under 1s go free! 

Please note that there is a theatre restoration levy of £1.50 per ticket. This levy applies to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types.

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Emmanuel Sonubi: Curriculum Vitae

Fri 19 Apr • 7:30pm • Full £16.50 Concs £14.50 • Comedy

Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee Emmanuel Sonubi presents a whistle stop tour through the jobs that have led him to become one of the hottest stand-ups on the circuit in the brand-new show, Curriculum Vitae.

Emmanuel will take the audience on a hilarious and sometimes poignant journey that explores the professions that he’s had prior to becoming a comedian, discussing how those experiences helped shape his comedic voice. From working in IT to the doors of London’s nightlife whilst building up an impressive list of musical theatre credits.

As see on, QI (BBC), Alan Davies As Yet Untitled (Dave), Rhod Gilbert’s Growing Pains (Comedy Central), Apprentice ‘You’re Fired’ (BBC), Pointless Celebrities (BBC) and headlining Live at the Apollo (BBC).

London based Emmanuel Sonubi’s career in comedy started only a few years ago and quickly grew from strength to strength earning himself a reputation as “one to watch out for”. A regular favourite on the comedy circuit, he is one of the most sought-after acts working today. Emmanuel’s credits continue to grow as does his popularity.

Please note that there is a theatre restoration levy of £1.50 per ticket. This levy applies to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. Telephone bookings incur an additional booking fee per transaction.

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Simon Munnery’s Jerusalem

Sat 20 Apr • 8pm • Admission £14 • Comedy

Presented by Show And Tell

“One of the all time great British stand-ups” (Stewart Lee) performs a truly unique stand-up show. Using William Blake’s poem (B-side to the English national anthem) and The Fall’s take on it as a springboard, Simon endeavours to serve up satire, comedy, and poetry with one eye on the distant past, and the other locked laser-like on the future.

As he says, it’s clearly a recipe for disaster, but what’s wrong with that? Something will come of it and you can call it art.

★★★★★ “Blessed with a ceaselessly inventive comic brain.” The Scotsman

★★★★ “Simon Munnery is an avant-garde comedy God.” Time Out

“One of the funniest, most original comedians of the past 20 years.” The Guardian

“Convention defying, innovative stuff. Simon Munnery is a brilliant comedian.” The Times

“One of the all time great British stand-ups… A must see!!” Stewart Lee, 2022

Please note that there is a theatre restoration levy of £1.50 per ticket. This levy applies to all transactions, whether made in person at our Box Office, by post or by phone, for all payment types. Telephone bookings incur an additional booking fee per transaction.

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Skylight

Wed 24 – Sat 27 Apr • 7.30pm • Full £14 Concs £12 • Community Theatre

Presented by Bath Drama

Written by David Hare

On a bitter night in the mid-1990s, Kyra returns to her cold, damp North London flat after a day’s work teaching disadvantaged East End children. Ahead of her, after supper, is an evening marking homework. What then happens is an unexpected reminder of her past life. The next twelve hours will be the most challenging of her life, with her whole raison d’etre  brought into focus.  

David Hare’s award-winning three-hander gives audiences an emotionally shattering experience. Hare writes brilliantly about relationships; with ‘Skylight’ he also examines how finance and business affect our everyday lives.  

‘Skylight’ is a play of exquisite beauty, of humour, of pain and of joy. 

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The Incident Room

Wed 01 May – Sat 04 May • 7.30pm • Full £15 Concs £14 • Community Theatre

Written by Olivia Hurst & David Byrne 
Presented by Platform 8

­­­­Between 1975 and 1981, West Yorkshire police investigated a series of brutal murders. The case was hampered by outdated methods, poor communication, mountains of paperwork, media pressure, false leads, personal prejudices and misogyny towards both the victims and female police officers.

This tense detective drama offers a fascinating insight into the life of the incident room during the investigation of one of the most notorious serial killers, the Yorkshire Ripper.

Described by The Guardian as ‘beautifully crafted’ and by the British Theatre Guide as ‘an engrossing piece of theatre’, this compelling play is part real-life crime drama and part social history.

Contains strong language and adult themes 

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