Here are all the comedians coming to Kettering in 2019

Kettering's Lighthouse theatre and Kettering Arts Centre are hosting some amazing comedy shows this year, including the town's very own James Acaster.

Friday, 13th September 2019, 9:12 am
Here are all the funniest shows coming to Kettering until the end of the year

Here are the comedians coming to Kettering before Christmas. You can find more information and buy tickets at the Lighthouse theatre's What's On listings and at Kettering Arts Centre's Events 2019 page.

Rob Beckett is in Kettering tonight at the Lighthouse theatre to test out new material and there are still a few tickets available. You might know him for his big teeth or from panel shows like '8 Out of 10 Cats' and 'Mock the Week'.
John Cooper Clarke is a poet who had muscial and comedic influence. An occasional panellist on comedy shows like '8 Out of 10 Cats does Countdown', John Cooper Clarke is in Kettering at the Lighthouse on tour with his new book 'The Luckiest Guy Alive'.

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Jack Dee is one of the most recognisable grumpy faces in comedy coming to the Lighthouse theatre. Known for his trademark sarcasm and deadpan humour, Jack said: "In these difficult and uncertain times people need hope a ray of sunshine to brighten their day. And thats very much where I come in".
Kettering Arts Centre is hosting a comedy night feature headliner Tom Wrigglesworth along with Duncan Oakley and Morgan Rees. Tom Wrigglesworth is best known for his series on BBC Radio 4, 'Tom Wigglesworth's Hang Ups' about his phone calls with his parents.
Gary Delaney is a one-liner comic bringing his show 'Gangster's Paradise' to the Lighthouse theatre. He's a regular on 'Mock the Week' and has been on 'Live at the Apollo' and his latest tour has a heap of four star reviews.
You might know Bernie from BBC Radio Northampton but he's taking his stand-up on tour and stopping at Kettering's Lighthouse theatre in November.
American comedian Desiree Burch is performing her tour 'Desiree's Coming Early' at Kettering Arts Centre in November. She's been on 'Live at the Apollo', been in Netfix's 'Flinch', 'Have I got News for You', 'QI' and many more!
Kettering Arts Centre is hosting a fundraising gig for Johnny's Happy Place volunteer Alex, who was paralysed in 2018 when his car slid into a ditch during a snow storm in March.
Roy's reputation as 'The World's Most Outrageous Comedian' means you can expect a rude, crude and hilarious evening as he performs in his usual flamboyant style at the Lighthouse theatre.
Kettering Arts Centre hosts another comedy night, this time headlined by Britain's Got Talent semi-finalist Mandy Muden, who combines comedy and magic. Also performing is Twayna Mayne and Sean Percival.
Kettering's own James Acaster will be back in town for two nights at the Lighthouse theatre in November before he returns in December to Kettering Arts Centre. James is performing his show 'Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999' - the story behind the show's name is sure to be told during the course of the evening along with many more of his classic scrapes. Unfortunately, tickets are now sold out.
A regular panellist on 'Mock the Week' and other comedy panel shows, Andy Parsons is coming to the Lighthouse theatre with his show 'Healing the Nation'.
Daniel Sloss is on a massive tour travelling across 30 countries with 200 plus shows and one of those is in Kettering at the Lighthouse theatre. Sloss has had Netflix specials and has received five star reviews for his current show.