The Y

The Y
7 East Street, Leicester, LE1 6EY
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Adam Kay: This Is Going To Hurt (Secret Diaries Of A Junior Doctor)

Adam Kay shares entries from his diaries as a junior doctor in this hour of stand-up and music.

Fri 13 Apr

£15 / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

Captain Cauliflower And Marvin The Marvelous Moose

Come and join the invincible Captain Cauliflower and his faithful companion Marvin on an unforgettable adventure, filled with extreme silliness and unquestionable danger. Marvin the Mischievous Moose presents Captain Cauliflower with a mystical magic hat that gives him super powers. We then follow his adventures into…

Wed 30 May

£6 / 0116 255 7066

  • 15:00

Chip Shop Chips

A story of love at different ages that celebrates the nation's favourite dish.

Tue 10 Apr

£14.60 (£12.60) / 0116 255 7066

  • 19:30

Club Cairo: The Serpent Slayer

This original story combines the harsh realities of modern day life in the Middle East with the magic and fantasy of an Arabian fairy tale.

Fri 27 Apr

£14.50 (£12.50) / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

Comic Relief Live

Guest acts take to the stage for a night of laughter and fund-raising to help people in impoverished and war-torn countries around the world.

Fri 23 Feb

£16 / 0116 255 7066

Darius Brubeck Quartet

The pianist performs original compositions, standards, South African jazz and songs by his father Dave Brubeck, accompanied by Dave O'Higgins on tenor saxophone, Matt Ridley on double bass and Wesley Gibbens on drums.

Wed 28 Feb

£14; £12 adv (£7; £5 adv) / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

Emergency! Comedy Night

Surreal and playful humour from Enter Edem. Plus Lewys Holt and Daniel Nicholas.

Sun 25 Feb

Free, or pay what you want / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00 – 22:00

Footloose Stage School: One Night Only

Students from the school perform an amateur variety show.

Sun 4 Mar

£10 / 0116 255 7066

  • 17:00

Funny Women With Noreen Khan - Leicester (FWNKT)

Noreen Khan hosts a night of comedy with some of the UKs favourite female asian acts.

Fri 2 Mar

£14–£19.50 / 0116 255 7066

George Williams: Make 'Em Laugh

Showbiz caricatures by the TV Times and GQ illustrator, focusing on the theme of comedians of the UK's stage and screens.

Wed 21 Feb

Free / 0116 255 7066

  • 10:00 – 18:00

Thu 22 Feb

Free / 0116 255 7066

  • 10:00 – 18:00

Fri 23 Feb

Free / 0116 255 7066

  • 10:00 – 18:00
…and 2 more dates until 25 Feb

Homage A Trois: Rumours

Leicester-based musicians reimagine the classic Fleetwood Mac album, Rumours.

Sat 24 Mar

£7.70 / 0116 255 7066

Kermes

This quartet from Leicester performs a set of self-penned indie-pop tunes.

Sat 14 Apr

£6.60 / 0116 255 7066

  • 16:00

Ladies Of Laughter

Noreen Khan is the host for a night of stand -up provided by Sukh Ojla, Sindhu Vee and Annette Fagon.

Fri 2 Mar

£16.50 / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

LDIF45+

Weekly dance class for older adults who want to start dancing and moving for improved health and wellbeing.

Thu 22 Feb

Free / 0116 255 7066

  • 13:00 – 14:00

Thu 1 Mar

Free / 0116 255 7066

  • 13:00 – 14:00

Thu 8 Mar

Free / 0116 255 7066

  • 13:00 – 14:00
…and 2 more dates until 22 Mar

Lee Hurst: Mucking About

Stand-up comedy show from the veteran Londoner and former They Think Its All Over team captain.

Sat 6 Oct

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices / 0116 255 7066

Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year

Zoe Lyons hosts the 24th year of the awards, presenting the finest emerging acts, nominated by top comedy promoters from across the UK.

Sat 24 Feb

£16 / 0116 255 7066

  • 19:30 – 22:15

LOL (Ladies of Laughter) with Noreen Khan

Noreen Khan hosts a night of comedy with some of the UK's favourite female Asian acts.

Fri 2 Mar

£16.50 / 0116 255 7066

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Shakespeare's famous comedy is adapted as a ballet by Artistic Director, Christopher Moore. Presented by Ballet Theatre UK.

Fri 23 Mar

£12 (£10; £40 four people) / 0116 255 7066

  • 19:30

Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer

The British parodist Jim Burke British parodist performs hip-hop delivered in a received pronunciation known as chap hop.

Sat 7 Apr

£12 / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

The Nose That Nobody Picked

Esther Simpson directs David Parkin's family play about a keen gardener called Christopher, who discovers a living nose at the bottom of his garden. The nose has so far been raised by slugs but Christopher - with the help of his friends - is determined to reunite Little Big Nose with his parent face.

Sat 31 Mar

£5 / 0116 255 7066

  • 15:00

Shazia Mirza: With Love from St Tropez

The Birmingham-born stand-up returns with a new show about truth and lies, nudity, the periodic table, and how little is appropriate to wear to sunbathe on a public beach. Ages 14+.

Fri 9 Mar

£15 / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

Show Of Hands

In April 2017, award-winning folk band Show Of Hands headed by Steve Knightley and Phil Beer celebrated their 25th anniversary at the Royal Albert Hall. Their fan base is huge but their DIY ethic means that success has mostly happened beneath the music industry's radar. The surprises keep coming with a tour of the…

Sat 21 Apr

£22 / 0116 255 7066

  • 20:00

Shunted Again! Steve Gribbin's Real Story Of The Railways

Veteran train traveller and highly experienced stand-up comedian Steve Gribbin rails against the current state of Britain's Railway system. Using his very worst journeys as examples, Steve takes us on a (de)tour of cancellations, delays and overcrowding that's enough to drive you to drive. It's the antidote to Michael…

Thu 22 Feb

£14 / 0116 255 7066

  • 19:30 – 21:30

T-Rextasy

Longstanding, respected T-Rex tribute act. Glam rockers, brace yourselves.

Sat 29 Sep

£15 / 0116 255 7066

  • 21:00

Wahala Comedy Clash: Jamaica Vs Africa (Over 16s)

A battle of the stand-ups as observational humour and cultural banter is delivered by Will E Robo, Slim, A Dot Comedian, Mo-Real, Kayleigh Loudmouth, Roadman Allday and Abs The Truth.

Sat 10 Mar

£20 / 0116 255 7066

  • 19:30

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