Top Brummie comedian heads to Dudley Town Hall in 2018

TV comedian, Joe Lycett, will perform at the St James's Road venue as part of his nationwide tour next year, it has been revealed.

The popular Brummie, who has appeared on shows including '8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown' and 'QI', is taking his new show – 'I’m About To Lose Control And I Think Joe Lycett' – on the road in 2018.

He will be in Dudley on September 7th next year as part of the 50-date tour, which is due to go on sale on Friday from 10am. They are expected to be snapped up quickly after pre-release tickets sold out in under two minutes earlier today. Alex Jackson, booker for Dudley Borough Halls, said:

"We're absolutely delighted that Joe will be bringing his hotly-anticipated new show to Dudley Town Hall. I've been a huge fan ever since I first saw him perform back in 2011.

"It's been great to see him rise to become one of the UK's best-loved comedians and we can't wait to welcome Joe to Dudley for what promises to be a memorable evening."

Tickets cost £20 plus booking fees and will be available from the Borough Halls website. Doors will open at 7.15pm, with the show starting at 8pm.

Lycett is the latest big name comic to sign up to perform at Dudley Town Hall since the venue, along with Stourbridge Town Hall and Halesowen's Cornbow Hall, was rebranded under the 'Borough Halls' banner.

Acts including Milton Jones, Paul Chowdhry, Katherine Ryan, Lee Nelson and Jethro are al booked to play before the end of the year, with comedy legend, David Baddiel, visiting next April and TV stand up, Jason Manford, making the Black Country laugh on April 27th and October 3rd 2018.

At Stourbridge Town Hall, Gary Delaney will perform on September 16th, and Matt Forde on October 27th.

For further information, or to book for any of the shows, log onto or call 01384 812812.


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