Comedy show - Jo Caulfield & Simon Evans: Live From Their Living Rooms - how to watch
Both Jo and Simon have been seen on BBC2’s Mock the Week and Live At The Apollo, as well as, between them, starring on BBC1’s Have I Got News For You and Question Time, BBC2’s Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Channel 4’s Stand Up For The Week.
Each is a regular on BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, The News Quiz, The Unbelievable Truth and Just A Minute, while Jo has starred in three series of her own show, It’s That Jo Caulfield Again, and Simon has written and presented five series of Simon Evans Goes To Market.
Hosted by Tim FitzHigham - writer and star of Radio 4’s The Gambler, presenter of CBBC’s Super Human Challenge and Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer nominee - this is the third show in a new initiative from a group of small, independent theatres and arts centres in northern England to both support performers and continue bringing live entertainment to their audiences during these difficult times.
The event is free to watch but there will be an option to donate if you have enjoyed the broadcast, with all money raised being distributed equally among the supporting venues, including Pocklington Arts Centre, each of whom are navigating their way through some challenging financial times.
To watch the show, and for more information, please visit www.yourplacecomedy.co.uk‘Doors’ open at 7.45pm on Sunday 7 June, so grab a drink and secure your seat on the front row.
May contain adult themes and language.
THE SUPPORTING VENUES ARE
Barton upon Humber Ropewalk, Carriageworks Theatre Leeds, East Riding Theatre, Beverley, Helmsley Arts Centre, Howden Shire Hall, Junction Goole, Otley Courthouse, Pocklington Arts Centre, Rotherham Theatres, Selby Town Hall
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