All New Comedy Nights
Tuesday 18 Jun
The King’s Hall proudly presents its third evening of outstanding comedy in partnership with The Comedy Network. The night will give you the opportunity to see three more of the UK’s most up and coming comedians.
Edinburgh 2009 saw Ed appear in The Comedy Zone – the fringe’s most prestigious stand-up showcase, as well as performing in Frank Skinner’s Credit Crunch Cabaret.
Ed’s recent stand-up TV appearances include, Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three) and Dave’s One Night Stand. He has also provided national tour support for Greg Davies and Russell Kane.
Born in France, raised in Belgium, studied in England, now storming the UK and international comedy scenes – Eric Lampaert has been described as ‘delightfully weird’ (Time Out) which is pretty accurate.
His unique face has been seen on many television shows including Channel 5′s How To Survive A Disaster Movie, E4′s The Midnight Beast and BBC2′s Life’s Too Short. Eric is an energetic, excitable comedian who’ll keep you engaged and entertained, and not just because you’ll be looking at his face.
As a stand-up comedian Gráinne Maguire is a breath of fresh air. Grainne is original and inventive with a subversive twist.
Her deep reserves of excitable energy, along with material about the Bronte sisters, reclaiming big bellies for the sisterhood and fancying Ed Milliband make her a unique new voice in comedy.
This summer, Grainne takes her second solo show, Where Are All the Fun Places and Are Lots of People There Having Better Fun? to the Edinburgh Festival.
Times and prices
Doors open at 7pm for an 8pm start.
Tickets cost £8 each.
You can book your tickets online through our ticket agents the Marlowe Theatre. You may be required to log in or register to complete your transaction.
Tickets can be booked on 01227 787 787 with all major debit and credit cards (except American Express). Your booking will be processed by our main booking office at the new Marlowe Theatre.
Lines are open Monday to Saturday (excluding Sunday) 9.00am – 6.00pm. Tickets can be posted to you for a charge of 80p (postage and handling) or you can collect your tickets in person on the door of the Kings Hall on the day of the performance.
Ticket agent bookings for each event will close at midday on the day of the show for evening shows and at close of business the day before for matinées. Further tickets will be on sale on the day of the performance at the Kings Hall box office.
You can pay by cash by visiting the Kings Hall ticket office between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.
Getting to the hall
The Kings Hall
Telephone: 01227 374 188
We ask all guests to please respect local residents and leave the premises quietly.
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