Deadpan comic Rich Hall heads to Castle Theatre

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The grouchy, deadpan style of comedian Rich Hall has earned him a legion of fans across the world.

And he will soon be taking his comedic talents to The Castle in Wellingborough, when he performs a stand-up show as part of his latest tour, on Thursday, March 21, at 8pm.

Star of the critically acclaimed BBC 4 documentaries Rich Hall’s Continental Drifters, The Dirty South and How The West Was Lost, this American comedian is known for his absurdist irony and for being the king of rapid-fire wit.

A spokesman for the theatre said: “Fans can see the comic genius from Montana discuss a variety of topics all delivered in his own hilarious unique way.

“Since appearing in the guise of his redneck alter-ego Otis Lee Crenshaw in 1998, award-winning Rich has won critical acclaim across the globe by performing to sell-out audiences each year at the Edinburgh Fringe, thoughout UK tours and at comedy festivals worldwide.”

Rich has also become well known for his television and radio work. Notable UK appearances include shows such as Stand-Up For The Week, QI, Live At The Apollo, Have I Got News For You and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

Tickets cost £15. Call 01933 270007 or log on to www.thecastle.org.uk for booking information.