Jack Whitehall At Large in Bristol
PUBLISHED: 13:13 14 October 2016
Posh-boy comedian Jack Whitehall will be coming to Bristol to perform his latest hilarious stand-up routine.
Jack Whitehall was crowned the King of Comedy three years running at the British Comedy Awards and he has also hosted his own show Backchat.
The BBC 3 show saw him joined by his father to interview famous guests and share hilarious quips and embarrassing anecdotes from his childhood.
Jack Whitehall recently performed several sell-out shows during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and will now bring his At Large tour to Bristol.
The TV personality also won the hearts of the British public with his TV shows Fresh Meat and Bad Education, as well as through his regular panel show appearances.
Fresh Meat followed a group of university students who were thrown together when they missed out on the chance to live in university halls, and end up sharing a cold, damp, unappealing house in Manchester. In the series Whitehall plays posh-boy JP, who has a shock when he’s plunged into life as a poor student.
Bad Education – which Jack Whitehall co-wrote – saw the comedian head back to the classroom once again, but this time as Alfie Wickers.
The show sees Alfie go through various trials and tribulations as a teacher trying to cope with a class of naughty teenagers in a poorly-performing comprehensive.
But now Whitehall is once again focusing on his stand-up and he will be at Bristol’s Colston Hall, in Colston Street, on January 17 and 18 next year.
The show will take place at 8pm each night.
The 28-year-old has been performing stand-up routines for close to a decade, but this tour is his biggest to date.
The show is for over-16s only and tickets, priced £27.41-32.25, are available via www.colstonhall.org or on 08448 871500.