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Comedy night at Lyde Court
9:46am Thursday 10th October 2013 in News
TOMORROW (Friday) sees the first comedy night at Lyde Court, with top comedians performing cutting edge stand-up in one of Hereford’s most distinctive venues.
MC’d by the legendary Brian Damage and strangely straight woman Krystal, the evening is headlined by Tony Hendriks, voted Best Jamaican comedian in 1999 and 2000, after which he moved to the UK where he has appeared as Uncle Bertie in The Crouches on BBC One, while his one-man play, Brixton Road Portraits drew packed houses at the Hackney Empire.
Joining Tony on the line-up is Steven Day, a truly unique comedian – warm, witty and engaging whilst dealing with the dilemmas of being a deaf man in a hearing world and a familiar voice on BBC Radio 4, starring alongside Caroline Quentin and Patricia Routledge in The Sound Barrier. He has also appeared on TV shows, including Sky’s Abnormally Funny People. “Revelatory and very funny” declared The Guardian.
Live@Lyde Comedy Night starts at 8.30pm. To book, call 01432 357753 or visit lydecourt.com.
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