Top comedy line-up at Hertford Theatre

11:19 19 January 2014

Shappi Korsandi

Shappi Korsandi

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Fancy a laugh in 2014? A feast of comedy is being lined at Hertford Theatre over the coming months.

As well as Iranian comedian Omid Djalili, the likes of Ed Byrne, Shappi Khorsandi, Miles Jupp, Sean Hughes, Lee Hurst and Mitch Benn are also bringing their current tours to The Wash.

Tickets for Miles Jupp’s date on Saturday, January 25 have sold out but Sean Hughes returns on Saturday, February 15.

The laughter continues with Vamos Theatre Company’s wonderful, full-masked show Finding Joy, a truly moving and delightful production, on Wednesday, March 19.

Ed Byrne’s successful Roaring Forties tour comes to Hertford on Friday, March 21.

Scouser Mitch Benn is in town on Friday, April 4, and Lee Hurst returns four days later.

Shappi Khorsandi, meanwhile, can be seen at Hertford Theatre on Saturday, April 19.

For a full list of forthcoming shows at Hertford Theatre, visit www.hertfordtheatre.com

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