American comedy star Rich Hall brings his live show to the Engine Shed in Lincoln this weekend.
Best known for his regular appearances on QI, Rich Hall’s grouchy, deadpan style has made him the master of the acerbic observation and sharp-witted response.
He is former winner of both the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival and the Barry Award winner at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Rich Hall has been described as a transatlantic messenger lampooning each country he visits with his common sense.
And the Montana native is no less harsh to his homeland
As well as his comedy, he is also well known to TV audiences in this country for his BBC4 documentaries Rich Hall’s California Stars, Rich Hall’s You Can Go To Hell, I’m Going To Texas and Rich Hall’s Inventing the Indian.
An acclaimed and talented musician as well as comedy writer and performer, he is the man behind the comedy blues performer Otis Lee Crenshaw.
Other strings to his bow include writing for The David Letterman Show, which he won two Emmys.
And he was the inspiration behind Matt Groening’s character Moe Szyslak from The Simpsons.
Now, Rich Hall is ready to share his latest indignations with the world with the people of Lincolnshire.
He is at the Engine Shed on Sunday, December 4 at 8pm
Tickets priced £16 are available now from the box office on 0844 8888766 or www.engineshed.co.uk