Thu 19 May 2016
Stand Up For Labour presents
Since Jeremy Corbyn put his name forward as a potential leader, hundreds of thousands of people have joined the Labour Party. Jeremy's honest, straight-talking politics has captured the public's imagination. He has, however, faced daily attacks from some of the media and his political opponents. And he has responded with courage and dignity.
To show support for Jeremy's campaign to transform the way politics is conducted, a stellar line up of comedians, singers and poets will be performing a special show compered by superstar housewife Barbara Nice.
Barbara Nice, actress 'Phoenix Nights', 'Coronation Street', 'Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere', radio sitcom star 'Comedy Showcase'.
Maxine Peake and the Eccentronic Research Council, actress 'Dinnerladies', 'Shameless', ' Silk', 'The Village', theeccentronicresearchcouncil.tumblr.com.
Jeremy Hardy, comedian former 'Perrier Award' winner, actor 'Blackadder Goes Forth', TV panelist 'QI', 'Mock the Week', radio panelist 'The News Quiz', 'I'm sorry I Haven't a Clue', 'Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation'.
Francesca Martinez, comedian, 'Live at the Apollo and 'The Frank Skinner Show'.
Steve Gribbin, comedian, veteran of Red Wedge, 'Saturday Night Live'.
Jack Carroll, comedian, runner-up 'Britain's Got Talent'.
Grace Petrie, singer/songwriter described by the Guardian as "a powerful new songwriting voice". Has made several appearances on BBC4's 'The Now Show' and has recorded seven highly acclaimed albums.
Gerry Potter, poet and author of hit play 'Miracle'.
Rebecca Long-Bailey, MP for Salford and Eccles.
Dave Ward, General Secretary of CWU.
Standard: £20 / Concessions: £15.
Maximum 50 seats available at £5 (£5 price available via theatre box office only).
Premium/Solidarity: £50 (Rows E-J Seats 8-17) maximum 50 seats.