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Top comedians among attractions at Chelmsford Theatre in Spring
8:00am Sunday 22nd December 2013 in News
STAR names of the comedy world will be coming to Chelmsford in the New Year.
Chelmsford Theatres officially unveiled the acts who will performing on the stages of the Civic and Cramphorn Theatres, in Fairfield Road, through to June.
High up on the list of stars are comedians Chris Ramsey, Seann Walsh and Roisin Conaty who are both bringing their stand-up shows to the city.
Geordie comic Ramsey, who has been nominated for the iconic Edinburgh Comedy Award main prize, will be at the Civic on Friday, January 24 with his show The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Morning TV.
Conaty, star of Channel Four sitcom Man Down, will be at the Cramphorn on February 15 performing her solo show Life Hunter.
Then on March 13, Walsh who is a regular on shows like Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Live At The Apollo will be at the Civic as part of his UK tour.
Other highlights during the spring season include Madness lead singer Suggs who is bringing his one man show, My Life Story in Words and Music, to the Civic on April 22.
Opera singing trio Blake are also coming to the theatre along with tribute acts for Oasis, Bon Jovi, Elvis Presley and ELO.
Local drama groups are also performing at the theatre over the spring with the Chelmsford Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society putting on The Witches of Eastwick from February 25 to March 1.
Between April 8 and 12 the Chelmsford Young Generation are performing Grease at the Civic.
For more details, visit www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres.
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