Ladies Hurst

Best known to television viewers as a panellist on BBC1’s popular sporting quiz, They Think It’s All Over, comedian Lee Hurst is also responsible for setting up and running his own comedy club in London’s East End.

Lee Hurst

Now, as he waits for his venue to be relocated, Hurst is to tour the UK for the first time in 10 years this autumn.
Hurst’s new show, Man v Woman will give audiences two shows for the price of one, comprising two very different acts.
Act one will see Lee in his element, performing brand new stand up material.
During act two he will present a unique game show where a man and woman from the audience will be invited onto the stage to face a series of questions and tasks to highlight the differences between the sexes.
The winner will be decided by the audience, but will they be honest or will they vote on gender lines?

Lee Hurst: Man v Woman

October

2 Bromsgrove, Artrix. 01527 577330

6 Chelmsford, Civic Theatre. 01245 606505

7 High Wycombe, Wycombe Swan. 01494 512000

9 Eastbourne, Devonshire Park Theatre. 01323 412000

13 East Grinstead, Chequer Mead. 01342 302000

14 Portsmouth, New Theatre Royal. 023 9264 9000

21 Salford Quays, The Lowry. 0843 208 6003

23 Potters Bar, Wyllyotts Theatre. 01707 645005

27 Milton Keynes, The Stables. 01908 280800

November

2 Birmingham, The Glee Club. 0871 472 0400

3 Maidstone, Hazlitt Theatre. 01622 758611

8 Redhill, Harlequin Theatre. 01737 276500

10 Cardiff, The Glee Club. 0871 472 0400

13 Hornchurch, Queen’s Theatre. 01708 443333

16 Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre. 01242 695574

19 Hull, Hull Truck Theatre. 01482 323638

20 Harpenden, Harpenden Public Halls. 01582 767525