Fri, 17 Jun|
Terry Alderton: It's Terry - Huntingdon
It’s terry is a brand new knock about show Introduced by the world famous character performer ‘Richie Raganoo’ - who by his own omission, says Terry Alderton is the “weakest character he does. But his most successful!
Time & Location
17 Jun, 19:00 – 22:00
Huntingdon, 39 High St, Huntingdon PE29 3AQ, UK
About the event
Chuckl. in association with HD Management presents It’s Terry! “…Unstable and deliciously unexpected” - The Guardian It’s terry is a brand new knock about show Introduced by the world famous character performer ‘Richie Raganoo’ - who by his own omission, says Terry Alderton is the “weakest character he does. But his most successful!” It’s Terry has narrative, it’s a throw it up and see where it lands kind of show. So those that Know, Know, and those who don’t…will! It’s Terry!!! “He’s proved himself as a comedian of dizzying inventiveness” - The Times - ★★★★★ Terry is one of the most exciting comedians around, regularly performing all over the globe and picking up the odd award. He has played the Melbourne Comedy Festival, New Zealand Comedy Festival, India, Edinburgh Comedy Festival, Canadas Just For Laughs, Dublin and Galway Comedy Festivals and many more. He is also recognisable to fans as character ‘Terry Spraggan’ in BBC EastEnders and ‘Charlie Mead’ in London’s Burning. “A fantastic comedy mind” – Eddie Izzard (Lost Python, Runner) His TV stand up credits include, Live At The Apollo (BBC), Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave), Comedy Road Show (BBC), The Stand Up Show (BBC), Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Just For Laughs Comedy Gala (Montreal), All Stars Comedy Gala (Melbourne), All Stars Gala (New Zealand), and The Waverley Gala (Edinburgh). Terry has also written and performed in three series of his BBC Radio 4 show ‘Terry Alderton’s All Crazy Now’. “The feeling that you get in a room when the comedy is this good is unique. The audience becomes a single entity, bound by laughter and enjoyment. It is a powerful and rarely felt effect and you really must experience it. Thank you, Terry Alderton, for giving me the comedy thrill of a lifetime.” - Kate Copstick, The Scotsman