Comedian Jeremy Hardy is back on the road this autumn and will be stopping off to perform a show at the Kettering Arts Centre tonight.
In his new show, Jeremy will be talking about a huge array of subjects such as death, CBeebies, Michael Gove, hip hop, gender, class, ego, Blue Peter, Leni Riefenstahl and misogyny.
Jeremy became a stand-up comic in 1984 and since then his live work has included the Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where he won the prestigious Perrier Award.
Hardy is also a regular on several Radio 4 shows including The News Quiz, I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue, Hamish And Dougall and Just A Minute.
In 2010, Jeremy’s book My Family And Other Strangers was published, chronicling his search for interesting ancestors in the history of his family.
He has also written When Did You Last See Your Father. He also has a regular column in The Guardian. The Arts Centre is at St Andrew’s Church in Kettering, on the corner of Rockingham Road.
The show will take place at 8pm. Tickets cost £14 or £5 for the unwaged.
See www.ketteringartscentre.com for more information about the show or to find out how to book tickets.