Monday, 26 October 2015

Upcoming events - Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Halifax

Here are details of upcoming events at Square Chapel Centre for the Arts in Halifax:

Knock knock - who's there?
A bloomin' great big Comedy Festival in Halifax!
This year, Halifax plays host to a brand new Comedy Festival where over 50 professional comedy events and activities will take place in 14 impressive venues, including, of course, Square Chapel. Here's a rundown of what we have coming up during the comedy fest...

New Old Friends presents
Thursday 29 October, 6.00pm
A hilarious film noir pastiche following the adventures of the hopelessly inept private detective Tim Diamond and his sharp witted brother Nick. The plot sees the Diamond Brothers Detective agency on a thrilling case to discover just what is so important about those titular Maltesers. It features slapstick, comedy songs and a cast of four playing twenty brilliant characters.
"The wit and sheer pace is exhilerating, the barmy fun never failing to hit the spot. An absolute treat for old and young alike, don't miss it." What's On Stage
Tickets: £13 (£11 concs)
Friday 30 October, 8.00pm
Former BBC Comedy Award winner as seen on The Jonathan Ross Show (ITV), As Yet Untitled (Dave) and Live at the Electric (BBC 3). Spend an evening in Lucy's universe on the North-East coast with her unique blend of surreal, offbeat humour and big big belly laughs.
"She's got the timing of Les Dawson... an absolute natural." Johnny Vegas
"The next Victoria Wood in the making." Arthur Smith
Tickets: £13 (£11 concs)
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More comedy coming up at Square Chapel this season...
Get ready for left wing political stand-up comedy from the all new unwilling poster child for free speech, Kate Smurthwaite: The Wrong Sort of Feminist. As seen on Question Time, The Big Questions and This Morning, but too controversial for Goldsmith’s College, see Smurthwaite's show Saturday 14 November at 7.30pm.
And the best-educated third of sketch group We Are Klang, Steve Hall has written material for BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, supported Russell Howard and Lee Mack on sell-out tours and was the first ever stand-up guest on Russell Howard’s Good News. Steve visits Square Chapel Saturday 12 December at 8.00pm.
Booking terms: Prices include a £1 online transaction fee & £1 voluntary donation

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