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I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue: Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Jeremy Hardy, Rob Brydon, Colin Sell
Following sell-out tours four years running, BBC Radio 4's multi award-winning antidote to panel games embark on an all-new touring stage show for next year.
Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor are joined by Jeremy Hardy and host Jack Dee for an unmissable evening of inspired nonsense, with Colin Sell providing piano accompaniment.
The tour show looks just like a recording, feels like a recording, sounds like a recording, but it must be noted, is not a recording. If you want to hear a Swanee Kazoo duet live, and find out how you actually get to Mornington Crescent, this show is for you.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
One of the country's greatest comic writers, and unchallenged King of the One-Liner. Barry has appeared in TV and radio shows spanning the over four decades, and is star of Radio 4's top-rated comedy quiz show I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue.
Barry has written for such notable greats as Frankie Howerd, Bruce Forsyth, The Two Ronnies, Tommy Cooper, Les Dawson and Morecambe and Wise in their heyday.
'He's like a very generous jukebox - you put a penny in and get 10 songs
back' (The Independent).
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Possibly best-known for being on third of BBC TV's 'The Goodies', Graeme Garden, along with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, John Cleese, David Hatch and Jo Kendall, was part of the radical new comedy movement spearheaded by 'I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again', pre-dating so-called alternative comedy by a couple of decades.
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Well before his incarnation as a TV 'Goodie', Tim Brooke-Taylor helped re-shape radio comedy in the pioneering sketch series I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again together with fellow Goodies Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie plus David Hatch, Jo Kendall and a certain son of Weston-super-Mare who was to find post-Python fame as a demented Torquay hotelier, John Cleese.
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Jeremy Hardy has been a stand-up comic since 1984 and will be one until he dies or wins the lottery.
Jeremy is best known for his work on Radio 4, notably on News Quiz, I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue and Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation. In 2010, he published a book, My Family and Other Strangers, chronicling his desperate search for interesting ancestors. His television credits include Jack Dee’s Election Helpdesk (BBC2), QI (BBC1), Mock The Week (BBC2), Grumpy Old Men (BBC1), Back In The Day (BBC2), Not Tonight With John Sergeant (BBC2).
'In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material' (The Guardian).
'A comic genius' (Sandi Toksvig).
Jeremy Hardy was named in Ents24's top 10 hardest-working comedians of 2015.
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This Swansea-born radio and TV presenter got his big break in 2001 with a series of short comedy monologues, 'Marion And Geoff', which were shown on BBC2. This was followed by further TV appearances as Keith Barret, presenter of a spoof chat show and, perhaps most notably, Bryn West in the sitcom 'Gavin & Stacey'.
Rob's career began at Radio Wales at the age of 20 where he narrated many radio shows, adverts and animated films, as well as later appearing on television shows and films. His stand-up shows have been equally successful, with sold out shows around the UK.
His film work includes The Huntsman: Winter’s War, Cinderella and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. In 2017 in London's West End he starred opposite Sir Kenneth Branagh in The Painkiller. His other theatre credits include Future Conditional at The Old Vic and A Chorus of Disapproval at The Harold Pinter Theatre.
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