Crawley’s Hawth offers spring season of socially-distanced comedy

Spokeswoman Lorraine McGregor said: “They say laughter is the best medicine and although a good dose of comedy might not be a cure-all right now, it could go a long way to helping us all feel a lot better. Brighten up your Spring with one of The Hawth’s socially-distanced comedy nights.

Friday, 16th April 2021, 7:05 am
Al Murray

“Ivo Graham will be taking to the stage on Wednesday, May 26 with The Game of Life. Join one of the most hilariously anxious blatherers in the business for more of his hilariously anxious blather as he tries to work out whether Big Daddy Graham got the skillz (anecdotes/banter/topical asides) to pay da billz (gas/water/electric)?

“On Thursday, May 27 the award-winning Al Murray will be bringing his alter ego The Pub Landlord to The Hawth for two performances. For over 20 years Al has filled arenas around the world, won numerous accolades and has successfully hosted an array of TV series which include Al Murray’s Happy Hour (ITV) and the ground-breaking sitcom Time Gentlemen Please (Sky One) which has become something of a modern day cult classic. Don’t miss this chance to see him live!

“Finalist of Britain’s Got Talent and star of BBC Radio 4’s Citizen of Nowhere Daliso Chaponda is out of the house and at The Hawth on Sunday, June 6 with a new hour of the slickest, sharpest look at life in Apocalypse Not Now.

“It’s fair to say that 2020 didn’t go to plan for Daliso. He has been performing online daily to millions of viewers but this is your first chance to see live what this master of satire has been cooking up!

“To book your tickets, visit hawth.co.uk. All these performances will be socially distanced meaning there will be no interval. There will be no other party in front or behind you, or closer than two seats away on the same row. Customers should only book for their own household in line with current government regulations. Best seats available will be automatically allocated and tickets will not be posted out to help with social distancing, instead customers will be asked for their name and postcode on arrival and should have the card used to purchase tickets with them.”