Carl Hutchison, a middle-aged white man with short brown hair wearing a black jumper, stands against a black background. One side of him is lit with light blue stage lighting.

Carl Hutchinson – Today Years Old

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It has quickly become an annual tradition; Carl is back for a third consecutive, back-to-back tour. His storytelling skills and ability to hold an audience are second to none. Rich in observations and exaggerated physical comedy, a night out with this Geordie is guaranteed to have you belly laughing from start to finish.

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Date
Friday 20th Sep 2024
Time
07:45 PM
Price
£20.50
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