- This show has passed.
Show rearranged from Thursday 19th March 2020.
Lee Kyle – ConQuest: The Most Hated Man In Australia
Have you ever just been minding your own business trying to buy some corks from a mid range supermarket and then, out of nowhere, you become the most hated man in Australia?
That happened to Lee Kyle earlier this year.
What did he do? Well, I can’t say really, it’d spoil the show. But it contains a trolley dash, some platform shoes with glitter on them, accidentally swearing on the telly, and feeding vegemite to a koala.
Lee is a stand up comedian, story teller and ad libber from South Tyneside, expect him to be both stupid and thoughtful in equal measures as he flips between “Sophisticated comedy” (Wee Review) and being “Sublimely ridiculous” (Northern Echo).
“Whip smart jokes” – One4review
“Very funny” – Manchester Evening News
“A brilliant performance.. Pure genius!” – NARC Magazine
“Genius… Kyle is one to go back for” – Leicester Mercury
Rules / Restrictions
We want everybody to be safe and enjoy this show as much as possible, so please follow the below instructions:
- Tickets are limited to only 11 groups of people, and are sold in groups of 2 or 4. Maximum venue capacity is 36 people. If you want tickets for a different size group then please email email@example.com and we’ll see what we can arrange.People must sit in their own group, and people won’t be able to move seats to sit with other groups.
- Please do not arrive more than twenty minutes before showtime.
- Audience members must wear masks when moving around the venue (ie, entering the venue, whilst in the bar area, going to the toilet) but masks may be removed when sat at a seat in the auditorium.
- Please stick to, and maintain, social distancing at all times. There will be a one-way system through the bar and venue to help with this. Staff and signage will direct you to stay safe and clear of others.
- Please do not attend if displaying any symptoms of COVID-19.
When buying tickets, please do not select the postage option as there will be no physical tickets produced or posted for this show.
Tickets for this show are £8 per person, and must be booked in the group size that you wish to sit in.