Exciting, new, award-winning comedy at Bradford Theatres Autumn 2013

Daniel Sloss - Saturday 19 October at The Studio
After a massive year of live touring, television, his debut DVD release and many, many parties, comes the new stand-up show from comedy\'s internationally acclaimed and award-winning half-man-half-Xbox. Daniel started performing stand-up aged only 16 and has appeared on Michael McIntyre\'s Comedy Roadshow, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Russell Howard\'s Good News, as well as starring in his own BBC show, The Adventures Of Daniel (aged just 19).
Tickets £13.50. Age restriction 14+.

Peacock & Gamble: Heart-Throbs- Wednesday 23 October - The Studio
Your favourite lovely little smashers Ray & Ed return to the Fringe in triumph, to shout their way through another knockabout hour of electrifying stupidity. \"a wonderfully silly, surprisingly enthusiastic show\" Sunday Times.  \"A hugely entertaining double act\" The Independent.  \"Moments of stupendous invention\"
Tickets £10.

Alex Horne: Lies - Friday 8 November at King\'s Hall, Ilkley  
On the back of yet another sell-out stadium tour, the triple Perrier-winning comedian, original host of Blockbusters and former Mr Universe Alex Horne presents a show packed full of jokes, impressions and lies.
Best known for mindblowing Powerpoint or live music, this show has neither; just Alex, a panda, some jokes and some lies. Although one of those may also be a lie. Or a joke. Either way, it\'ll be funny. Honest.
Tickets £12.

Paul Foot - Friday 22 November - The Studio
Paul Foot\'s recent shows and tours have garnered a string of 5 star reviews and successive Barry Nominations at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.  Described by Chortle as \"Inspired, surreal and incomprehensibly funny\", he is a true original, challenging comedic convention at every turn and delighting his connoisseurs. A BBC New Comedy Award and Daily Telegraph Open Mic winner, most recent UK TV credits include 8 Out 10 Cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, The Alternative Comedy Experience and Russell Howard\'s Good News.
Tickets £12.50. Age restriction 14+.

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