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A lot of laughs ahead
A season of laughter and fun starts with a return to The Berry Theatre in Hedge End, by Dr Phil Hammond on September 28.
Medicine is jolly serious: life and death, pain and suffering, pills and needles but Dr Phil hopes to show that a trip to the doctor or a rush to A & E could be a lot more fun in his brand new show Games to Play with your Doctor.
Popular comic Lucy Porter brings her latest show to Hedge End the following month.
Fresh from The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lucy, whose TV appearances include Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Mock The Week and The Unbelievable Truth returns to the UK tour circuit, with her best show yet, Northern Soul, at the Berry Theatre on October 26.
And just 24 hours earlier Mark Thomas will be making a welcome return to The Point with his latest show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent.
Mark Thomas is well versed in the art of creative mayhem and this show looks at his quest to commit 100 Acts of Minor Dissent in the space of one year.
Subversive, funny, probably legal and occasionally inspiring, Mark Thomas is at The Point on Friday October 25.
And in November, Lee Hurst is back on the road and at The Point with a new show that looks at the things that really wind people up.
Mostly people get on with their lives but everyone has something that pushes their button and Lee will be finding out what pushes yours in Things That Make you go Aaarggh!!! on November 2.
The season of comedy concludes at The Berry Theatre on November 23 with The Best of the Chortle Comedy Tour.
The evening features some of the best award-winning and nominated acts from the live circuit.
Join MC John Robins for an evening featuring Romesh Ranganathan, Ed Gamble and headliner Alex Horne, as seen on The Matt Lucas Awards, Dara O’Briain: School of Hard Sums and Mastermind.
Tickets for all shows are on sale now.
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