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#JC4PM - at the Tory Conference
Sun 2 October 2016, 19:30 – 22:00 BST
On the eve of the Conservative Party conference and in the theatre next door to the conference centre, #JC4PM is putting on an inspiring, entertaining and thought-provoking night in support of Jeremy Corbyn.
After a summer in which the Labour leader has once again proved the popularity of his politics and his anti-austerity policies, it is now time to take the fight to the Tories.
Hosted by Barbara Nice, actress (‘Phoenix Nights’, ‘Coronation Street’, ‘Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere’), radio sitcom star (‘Comedy Showcase’), the night features:
Jeremy Hardy, comedian (former ‘Perrier Award’ winner), TV panellist (‘QI’, ‘Mock the Week’).
Francesca Martinez, comedian (‘Live at the Apollo’, ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’), actress (‘Extras’), author (‘What the **** is Normal?’), radio panelist (‘The News Quiz’)
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.
Attila the Stockbroker, punk poet (‘Hey Celebrity’, ‘Asylum Seeking Daleks’), author (’35 years of Ranting Verse and Thrash Mandola’), singer (recorded two ‘Peel Sessions’)
Steve Gribbin, comedian, veteran of Red Wedge, 'Saturday Night Live'.
Dane Baptiste, comedian ('Live at the Apollo', Safeword', 'Celebrity Squares', 'Virtually Famous').
James Meadway, economics advisor.
Dave Ward, General Secretary of CWU.
More details to be announced.
This event is general admission so there are no allocated seats. However we are able to reserve seats for those requiring wheelchair seating or for other accessibility issues.
The venue is fully accessible with wheelchair seating available. Complimentary tickets for an assisting companion can be booked by disabled customers who require support. There are two drop-off bays on Cambridge Street for the use of theatre-goers with access requirements. Blue badge parking is available at the Brindley Drive car park at the rear of the theatre.