Published: 05:00, 13 October 2021
| Updated: 10:57, 15 October 2021
It's time to take time out and enjoy a live show.
We've found five famous faces bringing the laughs and sounds to Kent this week.
Al Murray, Landlord of Hope and Glory
The year is 2021. The world stands on the brink. Turmoil is the norm. Questions have been asked and none answered. What we need is one man, to step forward, one man with all the answers.
Unfortunately his rescheduled date at Margate Winter Gardens on Friday, October 15 was cancelled at short notice. The show is also at the Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone on Thursday, October 21.
Rob Beckett, A Class Act
Rob will be talking to Emily Dean to launch his new book A Class Act at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley.
In his hilarious exploration of class, Rob tries to understand the life he lived growing up as a working-class kid in comparison to the life he lives now. Will he ever favour a craft beer over strong lager? When did it become normal for kids to eat sushi? Is he still working class? And, will it ever be acceptable to serve pie mash on a wooden board?
To book tickets for the night on Sunday, October 17 click here.
Rich Hall's Hoedown Deluxe
Rich’s acclaimed BBC4 documentaries - most recently Rich Hall’s Red Menace - and his Radio 4 series Election Breakdown have brought him a whole new legion of followers. He’s also a stalwart of QI and Have I Got News For You. But seeing the Hoedown is a whole different experience.
It'll be at the Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells on Thursday, October 14. Book tickets here.
Stephen K Amos, Before and Laughter
In 2010 the world was in a sorry state. Fast forward ten years and everything’s still going downhill. Stephen has had his own share of highs and lows too. And when the world gives him lemons, he adds gin, tonic, ice and a healthy dose of humour.
His show comes to the Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone, on Wednesday, October 20. Book your tickets by clicking here.
Tony Blackburn, Sounds of the 60s Live
Radio royalty and kmfm DJ Tony Blackburn brings his hugely successful BBC Radio 2’s Sounds Of The 60s show to theatres, featuring songs, stories and memories from the golden decade of pop with music performed live by the Sounds Of The 60s All-Star Band & Singers.
Unfortunately his rescheduled show at Margate Winter Gardens on Thursday, October 14 was cancelled at short notice.