Dave Spikey at Harpenden Public Halls
WORDS Don’t Come Easy might sound like a misnomer for the current tour by garrulous comedian Dave Spikey which stops off in Harpenden next Thursday, October 13.
But the award-winning comedian uses his new show to examine the many situations in life where words don’t come easy – including such occasions as tongue-tied parents explaining the facts of life, ridiculous newspaper stories, pathetic adolescent chat-up lines, hospital speak, learning a foreign language and song lyrics that range from the lazy through to the surreal and the ridiculous.
Dave, who is appearing at Harpenden Public Halls at 8pm, also throws in a Champion the Wonder Horse sing-a-long, a look at ancient Abyssinian contraception, rubbish school trips, epidural anaesthesia and the Last Supper in his show.
Tickets are �16.50 available from the box office on 01582 767525 or via www.harpendenpublichalls.co.uk
n Tickets are now on sale for Aladdin, the Harpenden Public Halls pantomime, which runs from December 15 to 18.
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Act One Pantomimes are putting on the show and this year Chris Law and the team will be joined by CBBC’s Big Howard Little Howard.
Tickets are �9.
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