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ED BYRNE: OUTSIDE, LOOKING IN

Wednesday 4th November at 8pm
Tickets £19
Box Office: 01905 611427
 


Sell-out Success for Ed Byrne Gig at Huntingdon Hall


One of the UK’s leading comedians is back on the road and coming to Worcester’s Huntingdon Hall this autumn with a brand new show.


You know - that bloke. The Irish guy. No, not the bald one - the other one. You know him. The one Carol from work really likes. Wait, that might be Jason Byrne. Anyway… funny chap… has a new show…. Indeed, those who managed to snap up a ticket before they sold out should be in for a treat.


As an observational stand up, Ed Byrne is unrivalled. Wherever he performs, be it the Edinburgh Festival, on the International Circuit or a UK tour, it is always to capacity audiences, and his gig at Huntingdon Hall this November will be no exception. He is consistently at the top of his game and produces, time and time again, not only fabulously funny shows but shows which critically are highly acclaimed.


Ed’s television credits are far reaching. Notable appearances include Mock The Week, Have I Got News For You, The Graham Norton Show, Live At The Apollo (all BBC) and Comic Relief Bake Off 2015, which sees Ed Hosting one of the studio programmes as well as presenting the supporting appeals VT, filmed in Uganda.
A future combining a TV career and his passion for the outdoors is in sights as he has now broken into factual presenting. He continues to be a serious outdoors enthusiast (for example, he recently climbed Mt Blanc – Europe’s highest mountain – for the second time!), and the past two years have seen him make appearances on Dangerous Roads and Volcano Live (BBC Two) and he has co-presented Dara & Ed’s Big Adventure, also for BBC Two. Ed writes a regular column for The Great Outdoors Magazine and will be fitting in as much Munro-bagging as he possible can whilst on tour!


Ed can currently be heard as the host of a brand new comedy panel show called Britain Vs The Rest Of The World on BBC Radio 4.


Tickets are available from the Box Office on 01905 611427