‘UK’s best stand-up’ heads to Colston Hall
PUBLISHED: 15:00 23 September 2015
A SCOTTISH comic dubbed ‘brilliant’ by Billy Connolly and rated as ‘Britain’s best stand-up’ by The Sun is coming to the South West for a show at Colston Hall in Bristol.
Clyebank comedian Kevin Bridges first tried his hand at stand-up at the tender age of just 17 years old, after being inspired by reading Frank Skinner’s autobiography.
His first TV appearance was on Comedy Central in 2008 but his big break came the following year when he gained a slot on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow. His razor sharp wit quickly helped him become an overnight success.
Now, more than a decade after his first gig, the teetotal comic is a regular on the UK’s comedy circuit.
His 2012 tour, Kevin Bridges – The Story Continues, was a complete sell-out and the star had to put on a number of extra dates.
His latest tour, A Whole Different Story, promises to be full of gags sure to make you laugh out loud.
Kevin Bridges will be at Bristol’s Colston Hall for two nights, on November 3 and 4.
The show will begin at 8pm each night.
Tickets, priced £26.88 including a booking fee, are available via www.colstonhall.org
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