Hal Cruttenden – It’s Best You Hear It From Me
  • West End

Hal is going back on the road with abrand-new show, doing what he does best - reminding us of how much we lovestand-up comedy, and God do we need it! Not as much as we needed thevaccine, although Hal would probably say he's equally as important His previoussell-out tour 'Chubster' was extended four times and has only added toHal's uncontrollable ego, but it does mean that it's always good to book early. From Live at the Apollo, Bake Off: Extra Slice, Have I Got News ForYou, Mock The Week and The Royal Variety Performance.

'On top form, Cruttenden consistentlydelivers full on laughs' ***** Edinburgh Evening News

"He had the audience in stitches" *****Daily Record

"Go and see Hal Cruttenden, he's gotsomething to say and he'll make you laugh a lot!" ***** Daily Mirror

"Reminded me how much I love stand up"**** The Times

"An Absolute joy to watch" **** TheScotsman

"The funniest he's ever been" **** TheSunday Times

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