That wonderful actress and comedienne, Kerry Godliman, is coming to Yorkshire with her BOSH Tour. I’m not sure what BOSH stands for, I can imagine you all rolling your eyes in disbelief at that, but I am sure that it will be made clear on the nights.
The press release for the tour contains a quote from the Evening Standard which says the show contains ‘some sublime culture clash material’. If we are talking culture clash then she will certainly experience plenty of that in her two Yorkshire gigs.
On Sunday, 10th October she is appearing at Harrogate Theatre, with her following show on Thursday, 14th October at the Civic Theatre, Barnsley! These are probably the two extremes of Yorkshire life which make the county such a great place to live.
Harrogate, that genteel spa town which I now call home having been granted asylum after escaping from Leeds stowed away on a 36 bus, is famous for Betty’s Tea Rooms, Yorkshire Tea and The Stray which is 200 acres of grassland on the edge of the town centre.
Barnsley is a down to earth market town reinventing itself after the closure of the coal mining industry and is famous for Barnsley Chops, Barnsley Bitter and the still much missed Albert Hirst’s Black Puddings and Pork Pies.
According to one of her YouTube clips, Ms Godliman has never lived outside London but I am sure that her observational style of comedy will be appreciated in both locations. We all have angst.
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For other dates in the rest of the country see https://kerrygodliman.com