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Comedy at the King's Head Theatre - Simon Brodkin & Bella Hull

Comedy at the King's Head Theatre - Simon Brodkin & Bella Hull

Prepare to laugh your head off

After a sell-out debut tour, Lee Nelson creator and world-famous prankster, Simon Brodkin is back with a brand new show full of hilarious stories and outrageous gags. Not to be missed.

Bella Hull is a London-based stand-up comedian and writer and one of the UK’s most exciting young comedians. Bella regularly plays to sell-out crowds across the UK and recently made her television debut on the BBC’s Stand Up for Live Comedy. She recently performed at the Utrecht International Comedy Festival and her writing has been featured on BBC Radio 4’s Newsjack, Flux Magazine and she is the advice columnist for Quadra magazine."      

As seen on BBC1 BBC3, ITV2 and Channel 4. Support for Russell Howard, Al Murray,  and her ex boyfriend’s ill-advised “music career”.


Simon Brodkin Comedian 

Bella Hull Comedian 

Ticket Price

£7 - £11


3rd July 2022


King's Head Theatre



“Comedy legend” The Sun (on Simon Brodkin)

“Stupid tosser” Boris Johnson (on Simon Brodkin)

“A disarmingly cheeky style… someone I look forward to seeing more of” Arts Desk (on Bella Hull)


Ticket Prices: £7 advanced, £11 door

The comedy show runs for 2h30


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