When Messi is labelled a genius but our political leaders are university also-rans you know something has gone wrong somewhere. Comedian Simon Evans’ brings his new show to Norwich to bemoan that genuine geniuses seem thin on the ground.
Fresh from being ravaged by hunger and sand-flies on Channel 4’s Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls, comedian Shazia Mirza returns with a show about lies and truth - or are they the same thing these days?
Canadian Live at the Apollo comic Tanyalee Davis now calls Norwich home. She tells us about challenging public perceptions of her dwarfism, why she loves Norfolk and how a local anti-bullying project is as rewarding as stand-up.
Adam Kay used white coat but now he displays his funny bones as an award-winning comedian. His latest show, adapted from his bestselling book, is based on his diaries from his time as an overworked junior doctor.
Dodging cultural and literal bullets, Israeli incursions and religion, Mark Thomas is heading to Norwich Playhouse with a show telling the story of what happened when set up a comedy club in the Palestinian city of Jenin.
Magicians, time-travellers and all round spiffing chaps, Morgan & West are heading back to Norfolk with a new show of Victorian-style conjuring that promises to leave audiences baffled, intrigued and amazed.
With the world lurching from one crisis to another, affable comedian Stephen K Amos’ latest thought-provoking show, Bread and Circuses, aims to cheer us up even if he is still tackling some thorny subjects.
Britain’s Got Talent break-out star Daliso Chaponda is on debut tour, Sarah Millican returns, Richard Herring celebrates a milestone, rising stars Tom Allen and John Robins visit and David Baddiel brings his much acclaimed show.
Master of mind-control Derren Brown returns, Cirque Berserk! start celebrations of the 250th anniversary of circus, there is an evening with Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli and Grumpy Old Women offer up more grump.