Travel & Comedy In The Danger Zone
Thursday 13 February 2020 | 7:30pm
Dom Joly is best known as the creator of Trigger Happy TV. And now the writer and broadcaster is undertaking his first UK tour since 2011 in a rare opportunity for fans to see him live.
He's visited some of the most unusual places on the planet and will be sharing his anecdotes and exploits as a serial globe-trotter and seeker of dangerous travel spots; from North Korea through the Congo and Syria to Chernobyl and beyond…
Joly famously attended school with Osama Bin Laden and armed with a trusty Powerpoint, fans can expect his holiday snaps to provide a compelling combination of comedy and danger. From outlandish international stunts for his TV comedy to curious snaps from his excursions, he will be sharing his uncensored travel tales from the dark side.
There will be an opportunity for a meet and greet after the show where Dom will be signing copies of his latest book, The Hezbollah Hiking Club.
MEET & GREET with Dom Joly post-show - For more information contact our box office.
Full Price: £19.00
Age guidance: Considered suitable for ages 16+
Running time: tbc (including a 20-minute interval)
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