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Tommy Tiernan

TOMMY TIERNAN’S brand new show 'TOMMEDIAN' is a fun fueled trip through the comic imagination of one of the best comedians in the world.

This is a wild, uninhibited and fiercely physical display of stand up. A madcap parade of characters, memories and ridiculous flights of fancy. Theatrical, poetical and slightly unhinged.... DON'T YOU DARE MISS IT !!!

Tiernan’s legendary record-breaking ticket sales extend across the world. The Star of Channel 4’s hit show Derry Girls and Live at the Apollo (BBC) and the host of his own highly critically praised improvised chat show on Ireland’s RTE 1. Here he talks to us about the new show, touring for close to 30 years and his time on 'Derry Girls'. Plus, you can win two tickets to his Komedia show.



Grab and Cook (published by Ebury) from the pioneering author Suzanne Mulholland (The Batch Lady) is leading the way with this revolutionary method to put satisfying, wholesome food on the table every day. Most of these recipes take no more than 5 minutes to prepare and can be cooked there and then or popped into the freezer and grabbed out for an easy meal whenever needed. 

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Susan Hill

We spoke with the acclaimed author of the original novel, Dame Susan Hill, to find out all about how she came up with the spooky story of The Woman in Black and what it’s like seeing your work told on stage. 

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Tim Firth

Co-writer of The Calendar Girls

Tim Firth, who co-wrote the original Calendar Girls movie 20 years ago, and his writing partner of the musical, Gary Barlow, have reworked a new production of Calendar Girls The Musical ahead of an extensive UK tour which visits Bath. Tim tells us a little about the new musical and the inspiration behind its reimagining. 


The true story of the Calendar Girls launched a global phenomenon: a million copycat calendars, a record-breaking movie which has celebrated 20 years since its release, the fastest-selling stage play in British theatre history, and now a musical written by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, which coined the term "craughing" - the act of crying and laughing at the same time! 

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