Booking tickets online
We are currently using an automated seat selection system which ensures that all bookings are spaced apart in accordance with current social distancing guidelines
- When you click through to the book tickets page, select the number of seats you require (up to a maximum of 6).
- If you're happy to sit anywhere in the auditorium, just press Continue and complete your booking. The automated system will allocate you your seat numbers.
- If you want to choose a specific area to sit in, please tick in the boxes marked All Seating Areas and All Price Bands - this will clear all of the boxes - and then select the specific Seating Area and Price Band you would like - one from each, two boxes in total - these will need to match up in terms of description and price. The automated system will allocate you the best available seats within your chosen area.
If you require any help with your booking or have particular access needs, please call the box office on 01908 280800 (Mon-Fri, 10am-4pm) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Compere Andrew Bird introduces Mary Bourke and Paul F Taylor
Mary Bourke was born in Dublin during a cross-fire hurricane. She lives in leafy Buckinghamshire with her comedian husband and her large collection of Betty Page memorabilia. Before she became a comic, Mary was a burlesque dancer and choreographer in San Francisco. She has published numerous romantic novels under the pseudonymn Tara Sundrive .
Mary hates over blown bios.
“Intelligent comedy that’s also feriously funny … Ms Bourke combines a natural charisma with some very well crafted, clever material.” The Irish World
“Catch her act before she becomes a (complete and utter) cult.” The Guardian
Paul F Taylor invites you to disappear down the rabbit hole of a fool's mind. Marvel at imaginative, logic-defying, left-field ideas spoken from an award-winning comedians mouth! 'An enticing, dizzying prospect, who whips through a welter of daft, Harry Hill-like ideas and diversions and chucks characters around with the agility of the Pajama Men' (Independent).
'An impressive knack for both observational wit and quirky flights of fancy' (Evening Standard).
'Eclectic mix of proper gags, gleeful flights of fancy and enjoyable awkwardness' (BritishComedyGuide.info).
(Line-up is subject to change.)
(May contain strong language and adult material; suitable for 16+.)