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Parky brings his chat show to Coventry


BIG names including TV chat show legend Michael Parkinson, controversial comedian Russell Brand, and current stand-up favourite Stewart Lee, are coming to Warwick Arts Centre later this year.

Parky, whose chat show ran from 1971 to 1882, and then from 1998 to 2007, will appear in An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinson, at the Arts Centre, on Friday, October 13.

During the show, at the Butterworth Hall, he will be interviewed by his son Mike and the audience will be treated to highlights from the Parkinson archive.

Russell Brand heads to the Coventry venue on Tuesday, May 9, and again on Wednesday, October 4, with his Re:Birth tour – his first tour for three years.

Known for his fierce comedy, Russell will address a host of issues including modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death.

Having made his name in the mid-90s as one half of the radio duo Lee and Herring, Stewart Lee has spent years taking the stand-up circuit by storm as well as winning BAFTAs and British Comedy Awards for his writing, and four Olivier awards for his theatre show Jerry Springer The Opera. He will head to the Butterworth Hall on Thursday May 4 and Thursday May 11 with Stewart Lee: Content Provider.

The king of the one-liners, Milton Jones, will take to the stage on Saturday, October 28. Thanks to his BBC Radio 4 shows, his regular appearances on Mock the Week and his appearances on Live at the Apollo, Milton is a familiar face and his new show, Milton Jones is Out There, is not one to miss.

Fresh from the Australian outback and, once again, ready to tour the UK comedy circuit, Joel Dommett, one of Britain’s most exciting and energetic comedians, will appear at the Arts Centre on Saturday, November 4.

For more information go to www.warwickartscentre.co.uk

February 17, 2017 | Charles Barker

BIG names including TV chat show legend Michael Parkinson, controversial comedian Russell Brand, and current stand-up favourite Stewart Lee, are coming to Warwick Arts Centre later this year.

Parky, whose chat show ran from 1971 to 1882, and then from 1998 to 2007, will appear in An Evening with Sir Michael Parkinson, at the Arts Centre, on Friday, October 13.

During the show, at the Butterworth Hall, he will be interviewed by his son Mike and the audience will be treated to highlights from the Parkinson archive.

Russell Brand heads to the Coventry venue on Tuesday, May 9, and again on Wednesday, October 4, with his Re:Birth tour – his first tour for three years.

Known for his fierce comedy, Russell will address a host of issues including modern media, politics, sex, fatherhood and death.

Having made his name in the mid-90s as one half of the radio duo Lee and Herring, Stewart Lee has spent years taking the stand-up circuit by storm as well as winning BAFTAs and British Comedy Awards for his writing, and four Olivier awards for his theatre show Jerry Springer The Opera. He will head to the Butterworth Hall on Thursday May 4 and Thursday May 11 with Stewart Lee: Content Provider.

The king of the one-liners, Milton Jones, will take to the stage on Saturday, October 28. Thanks to his BBC Radio 4 shows, his regular appearances on Mock the Week and his appearances on Live at the Apollo, Milton is a familiar face and his new show, Milton Jones is Out There, is not one to miss.

Fresh from the Australian outback and, once again, ready to tour the UK comedy circuit, Joel Dommett, one of Britain’s most exciting and energetic comedians, will appear at the Arts Centre on Saturday, November 4.

For more information go to www.warwickartscentre.co.uk

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