Phil McIntyre Live Ltd proudly presents Ed Byrne: Tragedy Plus Time. Attributed to Mark Twain, humour is defined as Tragedy Plus Time. Join Ed Byrne at Brewery Arts as he tests that formula by mining the most tragic event in his life for laughs.Content warning: Discussion of death.
Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £28 | Student £22.40 | Extended Theatre | Age Guidance 14+
Three of Ireland’s foremost folk musicians, John McSherry, Brendán Quinn and Francis McIlduff are heading to Brewery Arts on Thursday 14th March – an unmissable show for all fans of traditional and Irish folk music!John McSherry, Brendán Quinn and Francis McIlduff are three phenomenal musicians who first got together as a trio at Belfast’s Féile Trad Trail in August 2022.With “dualling” uilleann pipes, soaring whistles, interweaving harmonies, rock steady bodhran and guitar grooves, the tunes and songs are delivered with a confidence, energy and drive that only a live approach can create.
Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £20.50 | Theatrewww.breweryarts.co.uk/event/john-mcsherry-brendan-quinn-and-francis-mcilduff/
Our fantastically funny Comedy Club returns, featuring some of the best UK comedians on the UK stand-up circuit for your laughing pleasure!The March Comedy Club features the comedy skills of Chris Brooker, Russell Arathoon, Stephanie Laing and Pete Otway!Do note that lineups are subject to change.
Starts 8pm | Tickets £14.50 | Conc. £12.50 | Malt Room Cabaret Seated | Age Guidance 18+
For nearly 15 years now, the three members of The Langan Band have been carving out their own lawlessly virtuosic path of sound; rampaging through the boundaries of conventional genre and cavorting into the territories of wild abandon, purest intimacy, and unconditional musical elation.
Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £16.50 | Malt Room Standing
‘Brilliant’ song-writing, ‘sensational’ harmonies, ‘fantastic’ musicianship,‘joyous’ live performances – just a fraction of the accolades gathered by Police Dog Hogan at their ‘now-legendary’ live gigs. The 7-piece outfit has been attracting similar reviews for more than ten years now.Singer/songwriter and acoustic guitarist James Studholme is at the helm, supported by fiddle, banjo, accordion, trumpet, bass and drums. These varied instruments allow the band to create a mosaic of sounds and songs including husky ballads mourning lost loves, foot-stompers about the West Country and full-throated, multi-harmony anthems. Their song “Devon Brigade’ was nominated for Song of the Year at the 2018 Americana Music Awards.The band’s eagerly-awaited new album ‘Overground’ has been described as ‘their best ever’ and they’ll play tracks from it, as well as some of their most-loved songs on their upcoming tour of the UK.
Doors 7.30pm | Plus Support | Tickets £18.50 | Theatre
Solo again, Britain’s most celebrated clairvoyant medium psychic from Peter Kay’s ‘Phoenix Nights’ returns with his brand new hilarious one-man stand up show.As well as venturing into the audience to offer his unique spirit readings, Clinton Baptiste comes armed with more tales from his extraordinary childhood. He regales us with stories of his recent work on a cruise ship, his spirit readings round the UK and not to mention the day to day life with his Greenlandic spirit guide, Taruak.Brace yourselves – Clinton will prove his mystical ability once and for all. This time, he guarantees you WILL believe!*
Starts 7.30pm | Tickets £28 | Age Guidance 14 + | Theatre
Kendal is a short distance from the West Coast Main Line railway station at Oxenholme. The Lakes Line (branch line) connects to Kendal railway station which is with vin easy walking distance of the Brewery. There are taxis and regular buses from Oxenholme Railway Station to Kendal town centre and Brewery Arts (approx 5 minutes journey).
The theatre has a 65 space car park operated by South Lakeland District Council.Blue badges holders can park Free of charge for 3 hours.
Brewery Arts dining offer presents lovingly made dishes from top quality locally sourced produce. Expect a warm welcome and exceptional service in a spacious Restaurant & Bar. The family-friendly surroundings make this one of Kendal's most popular places to meet.
The Bar and restaurant specialise in superb cask ales from around the UK and serves a wide selection of interesting bottled beers along with a variety of wines, spirits and soft drinks. Both venues have a bustling, off-beat atmosphere and should be part of any night out in Kendal.
For detailed access information please visit the theatre's access page: www.breweryarts.co.uk/information/
Brewery Arts iconic venue hosts and facilitates spectacular live performances, independent cinema, exciting exhibitions, creative learning, and quality dining.Situated in the picturesque town of Kendal, neighbouring the stunning scenery of The Lake District. Brewery Arts prides itself on being a socially creative hub for the surrounding community and a destination for visitors from across the UK and beyond.As well as hosting big-name artists and major festivals every year, including the internationally renowned Kendal Mountain Festival, we support grassroots creativity through outreach work, venue hire, and strong partnerships.
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