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Tuesday, 31 March, 2020

The Story of an Ordinary Man who lived through Extraordinary times

Packed with big gags, hilarious stories and poignant reflections about an ordinary man who lived through extraordinary times; Arthur, accompanied by the mellifluous Kirsty Newton tells the story of his own father.

Is Stephen Bailey all Grown-up? Has the World Gone Mad?

Stephen brings his inappropriate anecdotes to Darwen Library Theatre on Wednesday 11th March 2020.

Jason Manford back on tour after being unmasked

Jason Manford, who was recently unmasked from behind his singing persona of the Hedgehog, is getting back to his roots with a comedy tour.

Stand-up mischief and storytelling at its best from Mark Thomas

Stand-up mischief and storytelling at its best from Mark Thomas at Darwen Library Theatre

It’s a Hazy Little Thing called Love with Paul Sinha

Paul Sinha brings his latest tour show, Hazy Little Thing Called Love, to Darwen Library Theatre on Saturday 22nd February.

The unparalleled master and worst-kept secret of stand-up comedy, Tom Stade, is back!

Tom brings his new show to Blackburn’s King George’s Hall on Thursday 20th February 2020.

Extra Blackburn Date added to Paul Smith Tour due to phenomenal demand

King George's Hall have added an extra date for comedy sensation Paul Smith on Wednesday 29th July 2020. Tickets go on sale at 10am today (Friday 31st January)

The Cheeky Panto that’s strictly for Adults

This is not your standard Family Panto and the title probably gives it away, when The Market Theatre Company return to Blackburn with "Peter Panties! Ooo-err!

David Baddiel brings ‘Trolls: Not The Dolls’ To Blackburn

David Baddiel returns to the stage with a brand new one-man show, Trolls: Not The Dolls. The tour comes to Blackburn’s King George’s Hall on Thursday 13th February 2020.

Paul Smith – Comedy & Social Media Sensation is heading to Blackburn

You've probably seen a Paul Smith video on Facebook or YouTube, as his videos have now been viewed millions of times, but try to see Paul Smith live seems almost impossible...until now!
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