Exploding gender politics and exploring the rich, fertile space in-between opposing points of view.
Modern meets medieval for a special screening of Monty Python’s anarchic masterpiece.
The little showman of years gone by still beats at the heart of the irrepressible Lucky Peterson.
Somewhere in the future Geordie comedy hall of fame, there’s a plinth reserved for Sarah Millican.
Tossed tambourines, misplaced band members and ending on an argument. It can only be the Brian Jonestown Massacre.
A purgatorial primer into issues of tolerance, multiculturalism and free speech.
Charming the pants off the crowd with a brilliant – and brilliantly unexpected – mix of self-effacing comedy alongside songs old and new.
Completely hilarious and remaining not only brilliantly relevant but doing his best work yet, Ed remains a grand master of his craft.
A brilliantly played, sparkling piece of speculative fiction that will fuel the mind and disturb the senses far beyond the limits of the stage.
Jack Carter is back to settle debts, rattle cages and uncover the horrible truth about the death of his brother.
Like everyone’s favourite public house roustabout bringing joy from table-to-table, Jimeoin is warm, harmless, and he knows his niche and revels in it.
Him from Viz with a bizarre supporting cast and some good old-fashioned Geordie filth.