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Proof that comedy comes in many forms comes with two very different shows that have been announced for the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton. Slapstick humour from Circus Hilarious and award-winning comedian Sean Hughes both appear within a few days of each other.

Circus Hilarious has been creating laughter and mayhem all over the UK for the last 15 years featuring Best Comedy Award Winners, father and son team Clive Webb and Danny Adams. The pair will perform at the Grand on Sunday 14th February together with award winning clown Cousin Timoni and Mick Potts. It’s a bit like a circus without the animals.

Following his recent critically acclaimed UK autumn tour, Sean Hughes has extended his What I Meant To Say Was… tour which plays the Grand on Wednesday 17th February.

Hughes was the youngest comedian ever to win the Perrier award following his Edinburgh Fringe Festival debut in 1990. An actor, presenter and author he returns to his first love of comedy, with the show What I Meant To Say Was…

More at home on stage than off, Hughes is a man who goes against the grain of the current comedy set in neither coveting a TV deal nor looking to make a fortune. His dark, explosive style and quick- fire audience banter has made him a household name and here is a chance to see exactly why.

Circus Hilarious – Keep Britain Laughing
Sunday 14th February at 1.30pm and 6pm.
Tickets: £7.50 – £11.50 with concessions available.

Sean Hughes
Wednesday 17 February at 7.30pm
Tickets: £19.50
Box Office: 01902 42 92 12



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