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Comedian Alan Carr to appear at the Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone, in a one-off gig in July, it's been announced

12 June 2014
by Kent Messenger reporter


Comedian Alan Carr is coming to Maidstone next month in a last minute gig which is expected to sell out in hours.

Tickets went on sale for the intimate Work in Progress date, on Tuesday, July 1, at the Hazlitt Theatre today (Thursday).

It will kick start his new national tour.

Comedian Alan Carr

Comedian Alan Carr

Natalie Price, general manager at the Earl Street venue, said: "We are thrilled to welcome Alan back to the Hazlitt again with a support act.

"He was so popular last time tickets just flew out. Comedy at the Hazlitt has a loyal following so we expect tickets to go very quickly."

Gary Roden, managing director of Parkwood Theatres, which runs the Hazlitt, said: "We are very pleased to see the return of such a well known artist and hope that the people of Maidstone enjoy another great show at the Hazlitt Theatre.

"We are committed to bringing bigger acts to our venues each year and this is a fantastic addition to our existing programme."

The show is at 8pm. Tickets cost £17 plus a £1 booking fee per ticket. To book, pop into the Hazlitt Theatre box office, call 01622 758611, or email


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