Colchester Arts Centre
- Telephone 01206 500900
- Website www.colchesterartscentre.com
There are 24 events at this location
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Al Murray: The Only Way is Epic
A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Best Before End
Curious presents a shady Noir-esque performance by Helen Paris and Claudia Barton which can only be exposed to light for an hour before the performers decompose completely.
Chris Cox: Fatal Distraction
A blend of fake mind reading, magic and psychology from the TV and radio performer.
Craig Campbell: Thrilling Mic Hunt
Enthusiastic storytelling and sharp wit from the Canadian stand-up
Daniel Kitson: After The Beginning. Before The End
Offbeat humour and inventive storytelling from the multi-award winning stand-up.
Wed 19 Jun
£10 phone for availability / 01206 500900
The Family Elan, Secret Jane
A mix of folk and psychedelia by the Bradford-based band.
Funeral For A Friend
The Bridgend-formed five-piece plays post-hardcore and melodic emo hardcore to promote the album Conduit.
The Nigerian singer leads her 12-piece group in a performance and Afrobeat, hi-life and fuji.
A collision of funk, punk and skewiff jazz from the legendary Gallon Drunk. JAMES JOHNSTON - Vocals, Guitar, Organ, Piano, Harmonica TERRY EDWARDS - Saxophone, Organ IAN WHITE - Drums SIMON WRING - Bass "Why? Because they don't sound like anyone else" - JOHN PEELSupport from ToeHammer "Terrific, riff-laden, dirtily groovy…
Solo show from the former Squeeze frontman.
Hal Cruttenden: Tough Luvvie
Observational humour from the writer and trained actor.
Jo Brand: Warm Up Show
The award-winning comic and Getting On star tries out new material.
John Renbourn, Wizz Jones
Blues, jazz and folk from the well-established guitarist and original member of Pentangle.
Indie-pop by the singer-songwriter from Oxfordshire.
Alternative rock by the four-piece band who were formed in Chicago in 2005.
Victoria Melody's autobiographical solo comedy about dog shows and beauty queens. The actress herself currently holds the title of Mrs Brighton and her basset hound is entered for Crufts.
Patrick Monahan: Shooting From The Lip
New material from the rising stand-up star.
The composer and musician born in Woodbridge plays ambient music.
Sean Lock: Purple Van Man
You know fine well who he is, now pop along and see his new show, which looks at life from a skewed white van man's perspective.
Shazia Mirza: Cuckooland
International award-winning comedian and Guardian Weekend magazine columnist, Shazia Mirza presents her new award-winning show, Multiple Choice. Since winning the Metro Magazine's People's Choice Best Comic Award at the London Comedy Festival in 2002, the Birmingham-born British-Asian comic has performed across the…
The Tallest Horse On Earth: Silly Boys Theatre (Over 5s)
- Directed by: Jim Carey
- Written by: Jim Carey
Children's puppet show in which a little boy embarks on an adventure in the countryside with his favourite companion.
Sat 8 Jun
£3.95 / 01206 500900