Derby Assembly Rooms
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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.
Sharp observational humour from the Dublin-born stand-up and actor best known for his television sitcom roles in Channel 4's Father Ted and BBC1's My Hero.
Self-styled 'progressive patriot' and veteran political activist who is still one of the UK's finest writers of love songs.
Lady banjo players extraordinaire tour their bluegrass ballads.
Americana and folk by the London-based band.
Bourgeois & Maurice: Sugartits
Acerbic musical comedy from the glamorously outfitted alternative cabaret duo.
Craig Campbell: Thrilling Mic Hunt
Enthusiastic storytelling and sharp wit from the Canadian stand-up
Ed Byrne: Roaring Forties
Observational humour from the Dublin-stand-up and actor about reaching middle age.
Henning Wehn: Henning Knows Bestest
Germany's sort of Comedy Ambassador (we think he made up that title) dispelling the myth that his countryfolk have no sense of humour.
Observational wit and wisdom.
John Challis: Only Fools And Boycie
The actor, best known as Boycie from BBC1's Only Fools and Horses talks about his career, following by signings of his autobiography, Being Boycie.
Julian Clary: Position Vacant, Apply Within
- 60 min
Camp humour and double entendres as the distinctive stand-up, journalist, radio regular and 2012 Celebrity Big Brother contestant searches for a husband.
Mike McClean: McClean's Back
Gags, banter, two guest comics and a joke competition from the radio and TV presenter.
Richard Herring: Talking Cock – The Second Coming
A sort of male Vagina Monologues, Herring bares all about man's best friend. (Nope, not dogs).
Cheeky and upbeat humour and offbeat observations about life from the South East London-born stand-up and 2010 Amused Moose Laugh Off winner.
Sally Morgan: Psychic Sally on the Road
Sally pretends her 'psychic' powers have been with her since she was nine months old, and she's now taking her 'psychic' knowledge on tour.
Sean Hughes: Life Becomes Noises
Quick-fire intelligent wit and banter from the London-born stand-up as he muses on the death of his father.
- Written by: Mick Martin
Set in post-war England and based on the much loved short story by Bill Naughton and directed by Steve Byrne, Spit Nolan tells the story of the Cotton Pocket Gang, their love of go-karts, speed and competition in this poignant tale of love, rivalry and loss.
The veteran songwriter and acclaimed guitarist from London, best known for his work with Yes, Asia and GTR, plays progressive rock.