THERE are just a few tickets still available to see Milton Jones and Ginge, Geordie and the Geek at the Court Theatre in Tring next Tuesday.
Milton Jones is a multi-award winning comedian. A panellist many times over on BBC2’s Mock the Week and recently seen on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, he has also just had his ninth radio series commissioned for BBC Radio 4.
He’s a former Perrier Best Newcomer and won a Sony Award for his radio show The Very World of Milton Jones.
The Times has called him ‘king of the surreal one-liners’ and the Guardian ‘Sultan of the surreal’.
You may have caught hysterical comedy trio Ginge, Geordie and the Geek at last year’s Tringe but if not here’s another chance to make a date with the boys.
Brace yourself for some truly uplifting silliness, surrealism and eighties’ power ballads.
Milton Jones and Ginge, Geordie and the Geek will be at the Court Theatre, Tring on Tuesday, May 29 at 8pm.
Call the box office on 07543 560478 for the last few tickets or go online at either www.courttheatre.co.uk or www.get-stuffed.biz.
Alternatively pop into Beechwood Fine Foods, 42 Frogmore Street, Tring, HP23 5AU.
> Join fellow comedy connoisseurs in the Gallery Bar at Hemel’s Old Town Hall Theatre next week for this season’s final blast of Screaming Blue Murder hilarity.
In May’s monthly Monday comedy fix compere Windsor is joined by two great comedians for yet another night of laugh out loud merriment.
Award-winning Irish comic Mary Bourke has performed all over the world, her debut Edinburgh show was nominated for a Fringe First, and she is also an accomplished comedy writer – putting pen to paper for both Mock the Week and Eight Out of Ten Cats.
Ola has appeared on ITV4 and MTV Base. She’s young, driven and talented – a stand-up comedian, writer and actor with natural originality and enviable stage presence.
Screaming Blue Murder with Mary Bourke and Ola is at the Old Town Hall Theatre, Hemel Hempstead on Monday, May 28 at 9pm – doors open at 8pm. Call the box office on 01442 228091 for tickets or go online at www.oldtownhall.co.uk.