Ian McMillan & Tony Husband
Monday 23rd September, 7.30pm
Tickets £10.00 Concessions £8.00
Ormiston Bushfield Academy,Orton Goldhay,Peterborough PE2 5RQ
A Cartoon History Here
Comedy, cartoonery, poetry and improv! For audiences, 9 to 109. A hilarious live-action cartoon of the community starring its friendly folks, fantastic fortunes, dazzling ambition and tenderest moments. Created by tonight's audience with Yorkshire poet, broadcaster and comedian Ian McMillan, and Cartoonist of the Year Tony Husband. A fast-flowing, rapid-rafting adventure in which two top funny men reflect upon local stories and legends.
'world-class – one of today’s greatest poetry performers' Carol Ann Duffy
‘Tony Husband is even funnier than me’ Griff Rhys Jones
‘If there's a more engaging presence on the radio than Barnsley poet Ian McMillan and a more entertaining show than Radio 3's The Verb then I don't know it’ Stuart Maconie, Radio Times
Poet, comedian & broadcaster Ian McMillan hosts weekly hit radio show The Verb. He’s Poet-in-Residence for English National Opera, The Academy of Urbanism and Barnsley FC. He’s a regular on Coast, Pick of the Week, You & Yours, Last Word and The Arts Show. He was recently castaway on Desert Island Discs. His rip-roaring poetry shows are legendary. Cats make him sneeze
Tony Husband is Cartoonist in Residence at The Lowry and ‘legendary Private Eye cartoonist’ PR Weekly. He has been awarded Strip, Gag & Sports Cartoonist of the Year no fewer than ten times by the Cartoon Arts Trust. His new book is The World’s Worst Joke. His cartoons appear regularly in The Times, Sunday Express, Golf International, The Oldie, Private Eye, The Spectator, Nursing Standard, TES, The Prescriber, Playboy and Punch. He can also be found in Who’s Who. Ian makes him sneeze.
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