Stand-up show is full of nonsense at Kettering Arts Centre

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“A powerfully meaningful show full of absurd stand-up and shouty nonsense” is promised by comedian Tony Law as he prepares to take his latest tour to the Kettering Arts Centre.

Tony is currently performing his Nonsense Overdrive tour and will be stopping off in Kettering as part of his 50-date trip around Britain.

This latest venture follows on from his sell-out spring tour of the 2012 Chortle Best Show Award-winning Maximum Nonsense.

A spokesman said: “The Trinidad-born, Canadian-raised comic (who has lived in London for 15 years) enjoyed a significant breakthrough in 2011 with his first sell-out Edinburgh Festival Fringe run.

“He followed this up in 2012 with another sell-out run, a Chortle Award and Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination for his show, Maxmimum Nonsense. Nonsense Overdrive is Tony’s biggest, most anticipated tour show yet.”

Tony will be at the Kettering Arts Centre at St Andrew’s Church on the corner of Rockingham Road and Lindsay Street (opposite Sainsbury’s), on Saturday at 8pm. Tickets cost £12.

For booking details, or for more information about the show, see