In his latest show, rising star Kelly Kingham, struggles to find peace in an ever-changing world. At fifty, he suddenly realises he has never really felt at home; every time he gets himself just about settled something changes – and this time it’s forever!
‘Deliciously unnerving’ The Guardian
Join Kelly for a bumpy ride into the unknown; the destination may be the same but the journey makes ALL the difference…..
‘A classy, enjoyable act’ The Stage
Finely balanced between theatre and comedy, Kelly beguiles and intrigues audiences leaving them wracked with laughter yet strangely puzzled – and that’s the way they like it. This isn’t just comedy – this is a desperate bid for freedom!
Kelly has performed across the UK for Off the Kerb, Komedia, Stand, Jongleurs, Glee and many others. He reached the finals of the Leicester Square Theatre New Comedian of the Year Awards and the NATYs (formerly Hackney Empire New Act of the Year Awards) and has performed acclaimed solo-shows at the Edinburgh, Brighton and Buxton festivals. He also wrote Jump: The Musical, a Fringe smash at the Pleasance in 2010 using just a ‘how-to’ book and sheer bloody-mindedness!
‘The audience explode with laughter – there’s something peculiar about him – a joy that easily transmits to the audience, who take him to their heart.’ Chortle
‘Beautifully ridiculous, heart-tugging with honestly.’ ★★★★★ The Mumble
‘Had people crying with laughter. Thought-provoking and heart-warming.’ ★★★★Three Weeks
‘Charisma to spare and confidence on stage like no other – brutally honest which at times is very moving – a very funny show by a very funny man – has his audience in a constant state of laughter.’ ★★★★ Broadway Baby
‘The undoubted star of the show; quirky, cheeky and at times risqué’★★★★ Peterborough Telegraph
Friday 29th July
The Back Room of The Star Inn