CBeebies star Andy Day to bring Time Machine to Hertford

17:04 31 August 2014

Andy & Mike

Andy & Mike's Tick Tock Time Machine is coming to Hertford Theatre


CBeebies star Andy Day and sidekick Mike James are coming to Hertfordshire’s county town in September.

Andy & Mike's Tick Tock Time Machine is coming to Hertford TheatreAndy & Mike's Tick Tock Time Machine is coming to Hertford Theatre

The duo will bring comedy show Andy & Mike’s… Tick Tock Time Machine to Hertford Theatre on Saturday, September 20.

Created by Mike James, Andy Day and Iain Lauchlan, who also directs, the show is the follow-up to the children’s favourites’ smash-hit Andy and Mike’s… Big Box of Bananas.

Tickets are available now, priced £12, and £10 concessions. A family tickets costs £40.

* Call the box office on 01992 531500 or visit www.hertfordtheatre.com

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