No offence – Carr’s back
One of the biggest faces in comedy pitches up at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on his latest tour this month. Jimmy Carr is back on the road doing what he does best with the new aptly named stand-up show – Repeat Offender. Fresh from presenting 8 Out of 10
One of the biggest faces in comedy pitches up at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on his latest tour this month.
Jimmy Carr is back on the road doing what he does best with the new aptly named stand-up show - Repeat Offender.
Fresh from presenting 8 Out of 10 Cats, writing his first book, The Naked Jape, and recording his third DVD, Comedian, the man The Guardian described as 'A comedy hero for our times' hits the stage again.
Most fans now know what to expect from one of the distinctive stars' shows.
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The show will be full of Carr's styl;e of humour, and there will, of course, be witty put downs for anyone daring to heckle and join in.
Jimmy is a love him or hate him character, but gaining a place in the Guinness Book of World Records as the first comedian in cyberspace shows he's doing something right.
- 1 University of Hertfordshire paedophile caught with more than 500 child abuse images
- 2 Barley Flower Tower to be cut into pieces!
- 3 Teacher raises more than £3,000 with charity run in mother's memory
- 4 New app allows passengers to order bus to virtual stops
- 5 Historic Mayflower train makes its way through Royston and Meldreth
- 6 In pictures: The Battle of Britain Air Show 2021 at IWM Duxford
- 7 This Hound could run and and run... Sherlock Holmes play was 'a fun evening'
- 8 Get set for Strawberries & Creem Festival in the Cambridgeshire countryside
- 9 Camera to be installed in village to address long-standing speeding woes
- 10 Mum of four sought by police over child neglect claims
The star topped the album charts on iTunes and the MySpace comedy rankings, with more than 18,000 fans online.
Jimmy will be appearing at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 17 and December 8, and a new date has been added on January 19.
Tickets cost £19.50 and are available from the box office on 01223 357851.
But be warned - the show is not for those who may be easily offended.