Sat 27th Jan at 7:00pm - 8:20pm
Lee Mack's Laurel & Hardy Classics
@ Colston Hall, Bristol
Featuring: Lee Mack
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Lee Mack's Laurel & Hardy Classics: Lee Mack
Slapstick festival are delighted to welcome comedian and writer Lee Mack as he hosts this special one-off event celebrating two of his top comedy heroes; Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.
Best known for his standup comedy, writing and starring in the long running sitcom ‘Not Going Out’ and as a team captain in ‘Would I Lie to You?’ Lee hosts this unique evening of hilarious extracts, comedy and film.
Complete with full comedy shorts, clips and live music Lee brings the timeless Stan & Ollie back to the big screen where they belong, in front of a live audience.
Including a complete screening of the newly restored, long thought-to-be-lost Laurel and Hardy silent comedy, Battle of the Century (1927) featuring the world premiere of a new semi-improvised score from composer Guenter A. Buchwald performed live by the European Silent Screen Virtuosi.
This event takes place at Colston Hall, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
Lee Mack is one of the UK's most recognisable and celebrated comics. His relentless determination to have fun is marvellously infectious and leaves his audience exhausted by laughter, and his energy, finely crafted one-liners and quick ad-libs make him a force to be reckoned with on the stand-up circuit.
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Venue: Colston Hall
Disabled Access: Bronze Status
Phone: 0117 203 4040
Disabled Bookings: 0117 203 4040
Seating Plan: View the Seating Plan
→ Clifton Down 16 min walk
→ Bristol Temple Meads 18 min walk
→ Redland 18 min walk