Udderbelly Festival at the Southbank Centre 2011

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Udderbelly Festival at the Southbank Centre

The summer comedy festival Udderbelly, sponsored by E4, is returning to the Southbank this summer.

Running from 28 April to 17 July 2011, this is the third year for the big purple venue and promises another great programme of comedy, cabaret, theatre and music.

Headline acts set for 2011 include ‘National Treasures’ Paul Daniels, Roy Walker and Jim Bowen, alongside JennyÉclair, Howard Marks, Gina Yashere, Spymonkey and Australia’s biggest comedian, Wil Anderson.

New comedy talent is represented by cabaret superstars such as Frisky & Mannish, The Boy With Tape on His Face, Abandoman and Carl Donnelly.

The Udderbelly Festival, together with the Southbank Centre, will also be celebrating the Royal Wedding on 29th April with champagne cocktails and the wedding live on big screens – plus Royal Wedding themed shows.

SHOWS & ACTS

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Abandoman Pic’n’Mixtape – Udderbelly

Alun Cochrane – Udderbelly

Amateur Transplants – Udderbelly

Andy Zaltzman Swears to Tell the Truth, Half Truth and Everything But the Truth – Udderbelly

Arthur Smith’s Pissed Up Chat Show – Udderbelly

Barry Cryer – Udderbelly

Best Of The Comedy Store – Udderbelly

Brendon Burns – Udderbelly

Cabaret Whore – Udderbelly

Carl Donnelly – Udderbelly

Daniel Sloss My Generation – Udderbelly

Dom Joly Welcome To Wherever – Udderbelly

Flanders and Swann A Brand G-New AfterG-Noon – Udderbelly

Frisky and Mannish – Udderbelly

Gina Yashere – Udderbelly

Glenn Wool – Udderbelly

Graffiti Classics – Udderbelly

Howard Marks-An Audience With Mr. Nice – Udderbelly

Ian Stone-Udderbelly

Ida Barr’s Royal Flush Bingo – Udderbelly

Isy Suttie – Udderbelly

Jenny Eclair Old Dog New Tricks – Udderbelly

Jimeoin Something Smells Funny – Udderbelly

Lucy Porter – Udderbelly

Mark Dolan – Udderbelly

Maxwell’s Fullmooners – Udderbelly

Not So Grimm Fairytales – Udderbelly

One Man Star Wars – Udderbelly

Paul Daniels Hair Today Gone Tomorrow – Udderbelly

Pete Firman – Udderbelly

Phillip Escoffey Six More Impossible Things to do Before Dinner – Udderbelly

Pocket Dream – Udderbelly

Private Peaceful – Udderbelly

Richard Herring – Udderbelly

Robin Ince – Udderbelly

Rory Bremner – Udderbelly

Roy Walker – Udderbelly

Scott Capurro Where are the Jocks? – Udderbelly

Scott Capurro’s Position – Udderbelly

Shlomo Boxed – Udderbelly

Shlomo Mouthtronica-Udderbelly

Somewhere Over The David O’Doherty – Udderbelly

Spymonkey’s Love-In – Udderbelly

Sticks, Stones and Broken Bones – Udderbelly

Susan Calman’s Happy Place – Udderbelly

The Alternative Royal Wedding Reception – Udderbelly

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour – Udderbelly

Tom Binns As Ian D Montford – Udderbelly



News about Udderbelly Festival 2011
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E4 Udderbelly Festival: More Shows Announced!
E4 Udderbelly Festival is delighted to announce a gamut of additional shows for their showstopper of a festival season at Southbank Centre (including a world exclusive free running show specifically created for and by the Udderbelly). Our season features the very best of family and big night out entertainment, offering cutting edge comedy, cabaret, theatre, music, children’s entertainment and physical spectacle. The E4 Udderbelly Festival will hit the ground running this summer with the world premiere of high-octane, physical spectacular Free Run. Combining the explosive action sport of free running, with parkour, acrobatics and martial arts, Free Run has been created exclusively for Udderbelly as the festival's headline show. It is the first time a show of this nature has ever been presented onstage in the UK. In addition to our big summer spectacular we also can confirm we have ‘National Treasure’ Barry Cryer in the cow as part of Southbank Centre’s Festival of Britain 60th anniversary celebrations with Mastercard, Dom Joly brings his first ever live show to us, award-winning comedy from the likes of Brendon Burns and Glenn Wool, enchanting childrens shows including Not So Grimm Fairy Tales! and Propeller’s sixty minute version of its award-winning production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pocket Dream. Finally, looking for a night out like no other? More late night shenanigans are announced with the return of our smash-hit sellout Alternative Eurovision Song Contest and the Friday Night Freak Show. We’re back for our 3rd year in London and this year we’re bigger, brighter and udderly more spectacular. Your destination, should you choose to accept it, is Udderbelly. Release issued by: Udderbelly press office LINKS Book tickets to the Udderbelly Festival 2011 on the Southbank in London Udderbelly website
E4 Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre returns this April for its longest season ever!
28th April – 17th July 2011 (Tickets on sale 24th February*) Now in its 3rd year of grazing on the bank of the River Thames, Udderbelly has become an instantly recognisable and popular summer destination for Londoners and tourists alike. The festival is arriving early this year to bring colour and sparkle to the heart of London with a programme of affordable comedy, cabaret, theatre and music, all taking place in one of the most unique and memorable locations in the UK. All comedy tickets are under £20. The Magners Pasture, Udderbelly’s sunny beer garden, will be open for alfresco food and drink, with games to play, covered and open seating, heaters, TV screens and table service. Spring has sprung. The cow has landed. Where better to soak up the first few golden rays of sun but beside an upside-down purple bovine? Headline acts for 2011 include ‘National Treasures’ Paul Daniels, Roy Walker and Jim Bowen, alongside JennyÉclair, Howard Marks, Gina Yashere, Spymonkey and Australia’s biggest comedian, Wil Anderson (The National Treasures Strand is part of Southbank Centre’s 60th anniversary of the 1951 Festival of Britain celebrations with MasterCard). New comedy talent is represented by cabaret superstars Frisky & Mannish, The Boy With Tape on His Face, Abandoman and Carl Donnelly amongst many others, There’s award-winning theatre, cabaret, music and family shows to dazzle and entertain in equal measure – whether you’re looking for afternoon/early evening entertainment for the whole family, a ‘mates night out’ to remember or simply the best outdoor bar in London, E4 Udderbelly Festival is the place to be. Udderbelly Festival, together with Southbank Centre, will be celebrating the Royal Wedding in style on 29th April. Head to the Magners Pasture to sup champagne cocktails and watch the wedding live on big screens -or choose from a selection of Royal Wedding themed shows throughout the day. Let Ida Barr, the People's Pensioner, lead you in an afternoon of wedding themed bingo and sing-a-longs. Or perhaps the The Alternative Royal Reception is more to your taste: a blue-blooded array of comedy and cabaret stars will be in attendance to help you party the night away (drinks discounts for all those attending in wedding frocks!). In 1951, The Festival of Britain transformed the empty wasteland of London’s South Bank with temporary structures to amaze, astound and celebrate talent and creativity in Britain. E4 Udderbelly Festival at Southbank Centre feels very much part of that tradition and is proud to be part of Southbank Centre’s 60th anniversary celebrations of this landmark event in our nation’s history. It’s been a grey, bleak winter – but spring will see the nation’s capital painted purple. WATCH THIS SPACE! * Full programme including Udderbelly Festival’s headline show to be announced in March. Udderbelly Box Office: 0844 545 82 82 / udderbelly.co.uk Release issued by: Udderbelly press office LINKS Book tickets to the Udderbelly Festival 2011 on the Southbank in London Udderbelly website

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