Monday, 23 July 2018

Sean’s two sides are still battling it out

ONE of the UK’s top comedians, Sean Hughes is bringing his new show to Maidenhead later this month.

ONE of the UK’s top comedians, Sean Hughes is bringing his new show to Maidenhead later this month.

Mumbo Jumbo is at Norden Farm Centre for the Arts on Friday, October 16, at 8pm.

Sean first shot to fame at the 1987 Edinburgh Festival when he won the prestigious Perrier Award.

He has gone on to become a permanent fixture on the comedy scene, and one of the most well-known names.

Sean has had his own show on Channel 4, and was a team captain on BBC2’s



Never Mind The Buzzcocks
for eight years.

As an actor he was seen in ITV1’s

The Last Detective
,

Coronation Street
and in the musical

The Railway Children
at King’s Cross Theatre in London earlier this year.

His new show sees Sean reflecting on his battle to stay on the right side of sanity when the two sides of his brain are in constant conflict — with “mumbo jumbo” and common sense battling it out.

Sean has a host of new stories and anecdotes to share, including being serenaded at the break of dawn by The Cure’s frontman Robert Smith, searching for mountain gorillas in Rwanda, and trying to have a proper conversation with his mum.

Plus Sean recites a few poems and a three-minute musical about ageing.

Don’t miss this comedic stalwart as he returns to the stage with a brand new show.

Tickets for

Mumbo Jumbo
are £15 (£13 concessions) and are available from the Norden Farm box office on 01628 788997 or online at www.nordenfarm.org

Full details of the tour are available at Sean’s website at www.seanhughes.co.uk



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