Jason Cook Is On Tour With “BROKEN” And He’s Taking His Standup Comedy Show Home To Newcastle
On 13 October 2014
No matter how far we go and for how long we travel, home is still home and at some point we all go back to our roots. That’s the case of Jason Cook, the British comedian and television writer. Even though BBC decided not to renew his show, “Hebburn”, for a third series, he still had a great run at the Edinburgh Festival with his new 5 star review show “Broken”.
Even more, he’s going on tour with his new show “Broken” and visiting Newcastle in his way through the country. And if that’s not enough to keep him occupied for the next couple of months, he also has nine scripts on the go, one of which is a new sitcom. Talk about a busy man!
Jason Cook: “Broken garnered a host of multi-starred reviews when it premiered north of the border and it has been expanded for its touring incarnation, which comes to The Stand Newcastle on Tuesday night (October 14)”
Here is the full list of Tour Dates and Locations for “Broken” Standup Comedy Show:
Friday 3rd – Durham Gala Theatre
Saturday 4th – Aberdeen Lemon Tree
Sunday 5th – Sheffield Comedy Festival
Tuesday 7th – Lincoln Comedy Festival
Thursday 9th – Andover The Lights
Friday 10th – Cambridge Junction
Saturday 11th – Colchester Arts Centre
Monday 13th – Harrogate Comedy Festival
Tuesday 14th – Newcastle The Stand
Thursday 16th – Southport Comedy Festival
Friday 17th – Saddleworth Off The Rails
Saturday 18th – Brighton Comedy Festival
Thursday 23rd – Stockton Arc
Sunday 2nd – Manchester Salford Lowry
Wednesday 5th – Wolverhampton Slade Rooms
Thursday 6th – Birmingham Glee Club
Saturday 8th – Shrewsbury Theatre Severn
Monday 10th – Chorley Little Theatre
Tuesday 11th – Edinburgh The Stand
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