Comedians and Carols 2018

20th December 2018 Tickets £12 (£8 concessions)

Show starts 7.30pm Doors Open at 7pm

Comedians Dominic Holland, George Egg, Jay Foreman and compere, Nick Wills

 

It’s is the return of our festive favourite, Comedians and Carols!

Dress up in your favourite Christmassy outfit, bring the whole family or your work-mates or friends and enjoy a night of laughter, singing and fun!

Hosted by our very own Nick Wills, with musical comic Jay Foreman, anarchic chef George Egg and veteran international headliner Dominic Holland, its a night not to be missed.

Tickets are disappearing fast but there are still some available at Waterstones Kettering and WeGotTickets at £12 (£8).

Dominic Holland

Dom HollandMulti-award winning, Dominic Holland has been a professional comedian for more years than he cares to recall. With countless television and radio appearances including HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU and THE ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE, LOOSE ENDS and THE NEWS QUIZ, as well as his two BBC R4 series – Dominic’s quick wit and accessible material has allowed him to tour the UK constantly and he has established himself as a firm fixture on the business entertainment circuit also. Famous in his own right, Dominic now proudly calls himself Tom Holland’s dad, ever since he played Spider-Man in Homecoming.

“a master of observational comedy” Sunday Times
“Holland is a top-notch stand up who everyone should see.” The Daily Telegraph

Jay Foreman

Jay Foreman is a comedy singer-songwriter from North London. He is a BBC New Talent Pick of the Fringe and Runner Up in the 2010 Musical Comedy Awards. In 2010 he sold out his debut solo hour at the Edinburgh Fringe, “Pretend You’re Happy” and in 2011 sold out his second solo Edinburgh show “We’re Living in The Future. He co-wrote and starred in cult online spoof documentaries Unfinished London, which have been seen by over 100,000 people. Jay supported Dave Gorman on his 47 date tour in autumn 2011, appearing at some of the UK and Ireland’s biggest and most beautiful theatres, including London’s legendary Hammersmith Apollo.

“Sharp and sophisticated… classy and funny ★★★★” (Steve Bennett, Chortle)
“Laugh-out-loud jokes aplenty. ★★★★★” (Three Weeks)
“With dark humour and word play reminiscent of Roald Dahl, he should more often than not grab the attention of even the most reluctant child..” BroadwayBaby.com ★★★★