Friday 14th October: Peter Fleming’s Woefully Inaccurate History of the BBC

Friday 14th October

Mark 100 years of the BBC in style with the befuddled children’s TV pioneer.

Peter re-enacts classic clips from the archive, sets the record crooked and reveals shocking truths about Blue Peter, which we can’t put down in writing or we’ll get sued.

Warped telly nostalgia from award-winning character comedian Tom Burgess (as seen on BBC Two and heard on BBC Radio 4 Extra).

‘A comic love letter to a lost world of Reithian values’ ★★★★ – Stewart Lee

‘A daft, well-observed show’ – Sunday Times

‘Like a lost Fast Show character’ – Beyond the Joke

Best Debut Show – Leicester Comedy Festival 2018

plus support from

Stanley Norman
Stanley Norman

Stanley is an ideas man with big dreams trying to piece his life together and cut his teeth in the vicious world of business. Absurdist character comedy of the highest calibre from Stan Skinny (aka Captain the Butcher Reality).

Imagine throwing Harry Hill, Vic and Bob, Angelos Epethemiou and Count Arthur Strong in a blender, except without the gore and just the fun. Stan is Yorkshire Comedy Award nominee and twice great Yorkshire Show Off winner and is talented in more ways than should be allowed.

Presented in cahoots with Tales of Whatever

Doors open: 7.30pm
Show starts: 8.00pm
Tickets: £8 online / £10 on the door (advanced booking recommended)
Venue: Shakespeare’s, Gibraltar Street, S3 8UB (upstairs)

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