April 28, 2010 6.13 pm This story is over 140 months old

Rich Hall to spur laughter at Engine Shed

Please contain yourself: American comedian Rich Hall is set to amuse the Engine Shed crowds with his new show in December.

American comedian and writer Rich Hall, star of the recent critically acclaimed BBC4 documentary How the West Was Lost, will be performing at the Engine Shed in Lincoln on Monday, December 13th.

A regular guest on popular BBC panel quiz shows, Hall won the Perrier Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, in the guise of his own grizzled uncle, Otis Lee Crenshaw, the much-convicted country music singer.

Hall had three BBC series of his own: Rich Hall’s Badly Funded Think Tank, Rich Hall’s Fishing Show in 2003, and Rich Hall’s Cattle Drive in 2006, as well as a one off programme about the 2004 American Presidential Elections.

Tickets for Rich Hall’s show at the Engine Shed go on sale on Friday, April 30th, and cost £15 plus booking fee. The show will start at 8pm, with the doors opening at 7pm, and is only for over 16’s (photo ID required).

Source: Engine Shed | Photo: Mc-Q via Flickr

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