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News: Rob Brydon, Dara Ó Briain, Harry Enfield, Greg Davies, Omid Djalili, Rachel Parris, Angus Deayton Team Up For Heart Charity Benefit

Rob Brydon, Dara Ó Briain, Harry Enfield, Greg Davies, Omid Djalili, Rachel Parris and Angus Deayton lead a glittering line-up of comics performing at 100 Hearts, a Night of Comedy at the prestigious London theatre on Wednesday 13 February 2019. Tickets are on sale from Thursday 1 November.

Other confirmed stars include James Acaster, Jess Robinson, Sindhu Vee, Michael Fenton Stevens, Helen Atkinson Wood, Ahir Shah and Ken Cheng. 

News: Rob Brydon, David Mitchell & Lee Mack To Tour Together

Rob Brydon, Lee Mack & David Mitchell will tour the UK for the first time in 2019.  Brydon, Mack & Mitchell – Town to Town will see the much-loved comedians and master-raconteurs play selected theatres around the UK, with dates in Sheffield, Portsmouth, Swansea, Cardiff, Southend and Brighton. 

Join the trio for an evening of chat, comedy and general messing around.


News: Rob Brydon Adds More Dates To Tour

Rob Brydon has added more dates to his I Am Standing Up live tour.

His dates now run from September 13 in Glasgow to October 13 at the Millennium Centre in Cardiff. A lot of the new dates are in Wales, where Brydon is from. Click on the link below to see the dates and buy tickets.


News: Release Date Confirmed For Swimming With Men Starring Rob Brydon

A UK release date has been confirmed for Swimming With Men, the new feelgood film starring Rob Brydon.

The film closed the Edinburgh International Film Festival on July 1 and will on general release on July 6.

In the film, directed by Oliver Parker, Brydon plays an accountant who copes with his mid-life crisis by joining an all-male synchronised swimming group. Eventually the disparate group of men bonds and heads to Milan to compete in the World Synchronised Swimming Championships...


News: Filming Starts On Coming Of Age Comedy With Rob Brydon, Sally Phillips

Principal photography has started on filmmaker Gurinder Chadha's new comedy drama, Blinded By The Light. The film is a hybrid musical that is firmly rooted in the great British tradition of quirky comedies, but with a dash of youthful exuberance inspired by John Hughes’ films from the 1980s.

Preview: Rob Brydon Teams Up With Bear Grylls For Welsh Mission

Rob Brydon goes on a trip of a different kind when he teams up with Bear Grylls in Wales for a TV special.
in Bear’s Mission with Rob Brydon they embark on a mission across the wilds of Snowdonia, a journey through the country that shaped Rob as a young man. 
Rob’s overcome years of heckles and stage fright to make the British public laugh but can he hold his nerve when Bear tears up the script and puts him on a very different stage in the Welsh wilderness?
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News: Rob Brydon To Narrate Animated Xmas Special

Rob Brydon is to narrate a TV version of The Highway Rat by the UK’s number one picture book duo, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.


News: Stars Pay Tribute To Ronnie Corbett At Memorial Service

Stars from the showbusiness world have paid tribute to Ronnie Corbett at a memorial service at Westminster Abbey.

The much-loved entertainer died on March 31 last year at the age of 85.

Speaking outside the Abbey Rob Brydon said “he wasn’t that different really off screeen. He was warm, generous, just a lovely man.”

News: Would I Lie To You? Team To Appear Onstage

It has been reported that Would I Lie To You? stars Rob Brydon, Lee Mack and David Mitchell will tour the UK together next year.

This is not, however, billed as a stage version of their BBC panel show hit.

A run of shows has just been announced at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham from Monday March 19 to Thursday March 22, 2018. The gigs, which quickly sold out, are billed as an evening of "chat, questions and generally messing around."

TV Preview: The Trip To Spain, Sky Atlantic

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon have crossed the channel again for another instalment in their ongoing effort to eat and quip their way around the planet. In fact they’ve crossed the channel in two senses - the first episode starts with them getting on a ferry (though not the one Brydon usually advertises) and is being broadcast on Sky Atlantic rather than BBC2 this time round.


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