The Boy With Tape On His Face visits St Albans

The Boy With Tape On His Face will be appearing at the Alban Arena in St Albans

The Boy With Tape On His Face will be appearing at the Alban Arena in St Albans


STAND-UP with no talking, mime with noise and punchlines without words. The Boy With Tape On His Face has to be seen to be believed.

What does he do? The less you know, the more you will enjoy.

But if you must know, he will have a gunfight, battle Darth Vader and bring John Lennon back to life and more.

Last year saw him sell out his entire 750-capacity venue in a month-long run at the Edinburgh Festival, ending with him winning the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Award.

He’s also appeared at The Royal Variety Performance and BBC2’s Comedy Prom with Tim Minchin.

The show will be at the Alban Arena, in St Albans, on Wednesday, April 3 at 8pm.

Tickets cost £15. Call the Alban Arena box office on 01727 844488 or book online at

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