TV and radio regulars Seann Walsh and Jeremy Hardy are two of the top names on the comedy line-up at Chippenham’s Neeld community and arts centre this autumn.
Seann Walsh, the Lie-In King kicks off the comedy season with his brand new show. Seann is team captain of Channel 4 and E4’s show Virtually Famous and a regular on ITV’s Play to the Whistle.
Described as ‘one of comedy’s hottest properties’ and ‘one of the most entertaining observational comics on the block’, Seann spots the absurdity in everything and converts it to perfectly delivered stand-up comedy.
His TV credits include BBC1’s Live at the Apollo, ITV’s Jonathan Ross show and Tonight at the London Palladium, ITV2’s Celebrity Juice, Channel 4’s 8 out of 10 Cats and Alan Carr: Chatty Man and Comedy Central’s Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central.
His TV credits include BBC1’s Live at the Apollo, ITV’s Jonathan Ross Show and Tonight at The London Palladium, ITV 2’s Celebrity Juice, Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Alan Carr: Chatty Man, Comedy Central’s Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central.
Seann is at the Neeld on October 18 and tickets are already selling fast. Book online at www.neeld.co.uk
Jeremy Hardy is well known for his hilarious appearances as a regular on BBC Radio 4’s shows, The News Quiz and I’m Sorry I haven’t a Clue. In 2014, he notched up his 10th series of Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation.
His TV appearances include BBC’s Jack Dee’s Election Helpdesk, the satirical quiz show Mock the Week, Grumpy Old Men, QI and Back in the Day.
He is on the road year round and has not stopped playing live as a stand-up since 1984. Now he’s bringing his satirical humour to the Neeld on October 28. Tickets on sale from June 15. www.neeld.co.uk or box office 01249 446699.