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Wednesday, 1 April, 2020

Rich Hall’s critically acclaimed new show heads to King George’s Hall

This June, King George’s Hall welcomes Rich Hall on his second leg of his critically acclaimed tour, The Hoedown.

Flanders and Swann – Classic and Joyously Frivolous

Join multi award-winning comedian Tim FitzHigham and BBC Radio 4 musical maestro Duncan Walsh Atkins as they starch their beards and trim their dinner jackets, ready to bring you the wit and wordplay of those ingenious comedy songsmiths, Michael Flanders and Donald Swann.

Desiree’s Coming Early! to Darwen Library Theatre

She was born late, bloomed late and always missed the bus, but a compelling shift has occurred in Desiree Burch’s life.

Mark Thomas – 50 Things About Us at Darwen Library Theatre

Darwen Library Theatre welcome back Mark Thomas this February as he brings his new show '50 Things About Us'.

Russell Kane is The Fast And The Curious at King George’s Hall this September

Strap in as Russell Kane races back to the live comedy stage this September at King George’s Hall with his keenly awaited brand new tour

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.

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!

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.

Suzi Ruffell: Dance Like Everyone’s Watching – Back by popular demand

Suzi Ruffell has made a name for herself by turning tragedy and anxiety into big laughs. This year she is actually happy. This show answers the question: are all stand-ups at their best when they are miserable? Fingers crossed no!

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.
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