Jack Whitehall: At Large NEWCASTLE - Tickets
• Start time: 8pm
• Doors open time: 6.30pm
• Maximum number of tickets per transaction: 6
• Age restrictions: Not suitable for under 16s
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The follow up to his ground-breaking debut arena show, 'Jack Whitehall: At Large' will be the biggest tour ever from one of the UK’s hottest comedy stars.
Fresh from hosting the Royal Variety Performance and starring in 'Bad Education' and 'A League Of Their Own', this is your chance to catch Jack at his dynamic best, live on stage!
Praise for 2014 arena show:
‘May well be the most spectacular arena stand-up show ever’ - Evening Standard
‘If you’re going to do arena comedy, this is how to do it’ - The Times
Jack Whitehallstars, from 13 Fan reports
Manchester - Phones 4u Arena
good fun from chris, 23/03/14I took my 17year old and friends, Jack came on stage at the time stated,he was on for the full time no warm up which we found really good as we payed to see Jack Whitehall and we did for the full event ,Jack was funny and it was acceptable for all ages over the stated suggested age, the night went quickly and was entertaining. But see him again
Newcastle - Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Fantastic from Jen, 10/03/14Jack Whitehall at his absolute best, laughed all the way through, some brilliant surprises will definitely see him again
Manchester - Phones 4u Arena
Good and can get even better from Jenny J, 10/03/14The opening was brilliant - Jack came in on a Segway and rode round the whole circumference, accompanied by pyrotechnics. Stage was a strange arrangement, being in the centre of the venue which meant that Jack had his back to parts of the audience at any given time. First half very good, but second dwelt too much on his love of the Lion King. The comedian probably appealed to a student audience given his tender age of 25. Too much giggling was evident as he claimed he forgot part of a joke and when he failed to deliver regional accents. All in all, a decent night out and a fair introduction to Arena stand-up for Jack, but hopefully this comedian can only get better
About this Artist
Over the last few years, Jack has firmly established himself as one of the country’s most successful young talents. He cut his teeth at the Edinburgh Fringe, taking up four sell-out shows over three consecutive years and earning an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination in the process with his debut show Jack Whitehall: Learning Difficulties. Jack has g...