John Shuttleworth

John Shuttleworth Rescheduled Tour Dates

"Sheffield's funniest man" (The Independent) John Shuttleworth is "back" on stage where he belongs, and this time with no bad back! Furloughed by agent Ken Worthington for 80% of his petrol money, John used his lockdown wisely - to recuperate from his spinal ailments, and retrieve an old organ from his loft.

News: Radio 4 To Air Two-Part Documentary About John Shuttleworth's Creator

Due the Brexit news the schedule for this has changed. Part 1 of ‘Excuse Me, Are You John Shuttleworth?’ has been moved to Christmas Day at 6.15pm. Part 2 will now air on Monday 28th December at 6.15pm. "Slightly annoying," tweeted Graham Fellows.

Live Review: John Shuttleworth, Leicester Square Theatre

John Shuttleworth's back. In every sense. This is the title of his current tour and it also refers to his latterday lumber problems that have been giving him a right bit of pain. It also, handily, refers to the fact that after looking for a while like he was settling into cosy old age and coasting a little this tour marks a Trebor Mint-strong return to form. Oof!

News: Big Tour for John Shuttleworth Plus New Radio Show & Book

Versatile singer/organist John Shuttleworth - “The Godfather of character comedy” (Evening Standard) - will be taking to the stage once again in 2020 for a fifty plus date UK tour - his first in three years.

Hence the title - ‘John Shuttleworth's Back’. But guess what? The show is also about…his back! It's been giving him trouble, you see.

News: John Shuttleworth to Appear At National Portrait Gallery

John Shuttleworth will be appearing at the National Portrait Gallery in London on May 24 for an hour of music, chat and clips from the acclaimed movie It’s Nice Up North filmed by Martin Parr.

Shuttleworth is the creation of Graham Fellows. He starred in the hit series 500 Bus Stops on BBC2 as well as Celebrity Antiques Roadshow, Pointless and most recently, Count Arthur Strong, all on BBC1. His radio series, The Shuttleworths, is the 10th Best Radio Comedy Series Ever (source Radio Times 2019).

News: And This Is Me...John Shuttleworth aka Graham Fellows Tours Out Of Character

Graham Fellows, the character comedian behind John Shuttleworth and various other classic comic creations, is to set out on a series of gigs under his own name.

His 'Completely Out Of Character' tour starts with two preview nights at the Bloomsbury Theatre Studio on January 28 & 29 before travelling around the country and finishing on March 3 on Fareham at the Ashcroft Arts Centre.

News: John Shuttleworth To Appear In Count Arthur Strong

John Shuttleworth is to appear in the BBC1 sitcom Count Arthur Strong.

The Sheffield songsmith guests in the episode which goes out on Friday, June 30 at 8.30pm, entitled The Three Wishes.

John Shuttleworth will also be appearing at The Gilded Balloon Edinburgh on the 12th and 13th of August as part of his My Last Will And Tasty Mint Tour. Tickets here.

Live Review: John Shuttleworth, Leicester Square Theatre, WC2

Never let it be said that John Shuttleworth does not respond to global events. His latest show, My Last Will And Tasty Mint, is his response to the catalogue of music business deaths in the last year. In fact, prepare yourselves for a nightmare scenario, Shuttleworth has decided that the music business is now too risky for him and he has decided to quit…

Review: John Shuttleworth & Friends, Palladium

I’m not sure if I have ever been to a gig as contradictory as this one. People were walking out while others were rushing to the stage to show their devotion. One act was surly while others were adorable. It was all very strange, but also great fun.

Review: Barry Humphries, London Palladium

Who invented character comedy? Was it Graham Fellows with John Shuttleworth? Steve Coogan with Alan Partridge, Paul Calf et al? A strong case can be made for Barry Humphries, whose show at the Palladium ends with a video cavalcade featuring all sorts of Humphries creations that I'd never even come across, from hairy hippies to socialist academic, Neil Singleton.

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