Blow the roof off with Sean Hughes Jarred Christmas, Pete Firman and Gary Delaney in the All-Star Stand-Up Tour

Comedy stars (from left) Pete Firman, Gary Delany, Jarred Christmas and Sean Hughes will be at Lincoln Theatre Royal for the All-Star Stand-Up Tour
Comedy stars (from left) Pete Firman, Gary Delany, Jarred Christmas and Sean Hughes will be at Lincoln Theatre Royal for the All-Star Stand-Up Tour

Get ready to blow the roof off the Lincoln Theatre Royal next week as the stand-up comedy event of the year comes to town.

Performing together for the first time double Sony Award winner and star of Mock The Week Gary Delaney, top comedy trickster and star of BBC1’s The Magicians Pete Firman, Chortle Comedy Award winner Jarred Christmas and comedy legend Sean Hughes are The All-Star Stand-Up Tour.

Sean Hughes is an award-winning writer, actor, presenter and comedian.

As a comedian, he is the youngest ever winner of the coveted Perrier Award.

He is probably best known for his long stint as a team captain on BBC2 show Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Sean’s Show on Channel 4 and he has also been in Coronation Street.

Gary Delaney is a razor-sharp one-liner comedian who is widely regarded as one of the most quotable comics in the country.

He is a regular panellist on BBC2’s Mock The Week and has also appeared on One Night Stand for Dave.

New Zealander Jarred Christmas is another comedic who has come to UK attention through appearances on shows like Mock The Week, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and 8 Out Of 10 Cats on Channel 4, as well Dave show Argumental.

He has also been seen on shows like Russell Howard’s Good News on BBC3 and his popular appearances at comedy clubs around the UK won him a Chortle Award for Best Compere.

Pete Firman is recognised as the UK’s leading comedy magician after shooting to national attention on the BBC1 show The Magicians.

He has also written and performed on shows like Monkey Magic, Dirty Magic, Derren Brown’s 3D Magic Spectacular and the Secret World of Magic.

The four comedy stars are at the Theatre Royal on Thursday, April 28 at 7.30pm.

Tickets priced £20 (£15 NUS) are available now on 01522 519999 or www.lincolntheatreroyal.com