Women are first up on the comedy scene at The Dukes this Spring.

Musical comedy duo Flo and Joan kick off the Lancaster’s theatre’s new comedy season on February 2 with a show full of their dark and witty songs. Tickets are priced £12.

And £14 tickets are selling fast for Rachel Parris who makes a welcome return to The Dukes on March 7 with her new show It’s Fun To Pretend, packed with stand-up, song, sketch and a sideways swipe at society.

Also returning to The Dukes this season is Kiri Pritchard-McLean who brings the tour of her latest show – Victim, Complex – to Lancaster on March 20. Tickets are £12/£10 concessions.

Josie Long is another familiar face at The Dukes and on April 6 she’s accompanied by acclaimed protest musician, Grace Petrie and Jonny & The Baptists who together make up Lefty Scum. Tickets are £13.50/£12 concessions.

The spring comedy season also features Ru Paul’s Drag Race favourite Jinkx Monsoon and lyrical genius Major Scales making their Dukes debut with two performances of The Ginger Snapped on March 26 and April 9. Tickets are £17/£16 concessions.

To book tickets for any of the new season events, ring The Dukes box office on 01524 598500 or visit www.dukes-lancaster.org 


Dukes Theatre and Cinema
Dukes Theatre and Cinema

Cultural centre and theatre in Lancaster screening a wide range of films and own produced and touring work. Hosts annual outdoor Promenade productions.



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