Autumn Season Comedy in store at Epsom Playhouse
6th July 2012
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Epsom Playhouse


For Autumn Season

Following the sell out show by top comedian Kevin Bridges, the Epsom Playhouse has let slip details of the comedy line up in their Autumn Season.

 Danny Bhoy, Stephen K Amos, Sean Hughes, Alexei Sayle, Jethro and Imran Yusif are all booked to tread the boards at the Playhouse from September to December.

 A few years back Danny Bhoy launched a campaign (wrote some letters) which successfully saw the return of Roast Beef Monster Munch to our supermarket shelves. His new show revolves around a handful of other letters he has penned out of frustration, with mixed results.

 Stephen K Amos, the maestro of feel good comedy and star of television and radio, is back with his new stand-up show after a sell-out season at the Edinburgh Festival.

 It has been over a year since his father died, and Sean Hughes is dealing with his death in a way that only Sean can.  This hilarious yet poignant tale is a beautiful insight into the lighter side of dying and getting older, going to places that comedy rarely goes, highlighting how ridiculous life is and how quickly it can be taken away.

 Alexei Sayle returns to live performance with his first stand-up tour in over 16 years, test-driving new material at the best small venues in the UK. A rare chance to see this legendary comedian.

Cornwall's ambassador of comedy Jethro is crossing the county line to once again take his audience on a fun and wild journey. His unique irreverent style of delivery provides the perfect platform from which to regale audiences with his stories and mischievous repertoire of material. But you must be over 15 to come along!

 The latest ‘one to watch’ on the comedy circuit is Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee Imran Yusuf.This is new show is about pursuing dreams and ambitions with unrelenting enthusiasm and perseverance.  Fast and furious yet charmingly endearing, his is a unique voice with his seemingly light-hearted satire frequently masking hard-hitting topical commentary on contemporary issues. 

 For further details please go to the Epsom Playhouse website or call the Box Office on 01372 742555/742227.

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