There's plenty of comedy to enjoy live at the King's Hall, Ilkley in 2024.
Host of the global smash-hit podcast Have A Word & star of Live At The Apollo; Adam Rowe is hitting the road with his brand new stand-up tour and stopping off at King’s Hall, Ilkley on Thursday 15 February.
Adam’s spent a bit of time self-reflecting and he’s come to the conclusion that there’s something wrong with him, although for a hypochondriac, that’s not exactly news. An hilarious insight into the mind and body of one of the fastest rising comedians on the planet.
An evening of world-class stand-up from live comedy’s internationally acclaimed Irish master Jimeoin at King’s Hall, Ilkley on Wednesday 21 February.
You've seen him on The Royal Variety Performance, Live at the Apollo, Sunday Night at the Palladium, Conan O’Brien or perhaps online where he has clocked up hundreds of millions of views of his comedy clips... but NOTHING beats seeing Jimeoin live.
The Comedy Club is back at King’s Hall on Saturday 30 March bringing some of the biggest names in comedy from all around the globe. We will be announcing the acts soon.
From Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights Clinton Baptiste returns to King's Hall, Ilkley on Thursday 18 April with his brand new, hilarious one-man, stand-up show.
As well as venturing into the audience to offer his unique spirit readings, Clinton Baptiste comes armed with more tales from his extraordinary childhood. Laugh, gasp, scream your head off…but whatever you do….strap in and hold tight as Clinton takes you on a rip-roaring ride through the twists and turns of his heady life.
On this his sixth UK tour, Geoff Norcott will be trying to make sense of the current cultural and political scene with his playfully provocative brand of humour.
Geoff is bringing his new show Basic Bloke to King’s Hall, Ilkley on Friday 26 April to unlock some of the more complicated behaviour of your husbands, dads and brothers.
Following on from his latest It’s A Fair Cop series, BBC Radio 4 comedian Alfie Moore is going on tour to discover if he can crack the world of TV or if he is destined with A Face for Radio.
See Alfie Moore - A Face For Radio at King’s Hall, Ilkley on Saturday 27 April.
Along with comedy, the theatre will be full of music this spring with Dire Streets - tribute to Dire Straits; the world-renowned Syd Lawrence Orchestra; Sweet Caroline - the Ultimate Tribute to Neil Diamond; You Win Again - Bee Gees show and The Cavern Beatles.
Visit the Bradford Theatres website for further information of forthcoming events at the King's Hall and Winter Garden in Ilkley: bradford-theatres.co.uk or contact the box office on 01274 432000.