Ease those back to work blues with the hilariously funny Richard Digance on Sunday 23 April at the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch.
Armed with his trusted guitar and sharp wit, the award-winning comedian and folk singer promises a unique evening of self-penned songs, rhymes and plenty of funny anecdotes from his life in showbiz. He’s been entertaining the nation for 50 years and remains one of Britain’s top comedy and music attractions.
The Essex-born entertainer started as a BBC comedy writer and went on to support some of the world’s funniest comedians including Steve Martin and Robin Williams. He’s admired by today’s generation of comics with Ross Noble naming him as one of his main influences. As an accomplished musician, Richard Digance has worked with many of the world’s musical greats including playing the guitar with Brian May, The Moody Blues and Status Quo.
This truly multi-talented writer and performer has received a BAFTA nomination as a television entertainer, a Gold Award from the British Academy of Songwriters, a SONY Radio Award and is listed in the Virgin Anthology of Music as an influential writer of comedic songs. He has also been placed amongst The Magnificent Seven of Comedy alongside Tommy Cooper and Bob Monkhouse in a list compiled by The Sunday People.
Richard Digance performs at the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch on Sunday 23 April at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £16.50, £20 and £23. To book, call the Box Office on 01708 443333 or book online at queens-theatre.co.uk.