Jo Brand set to split sides in Haverhill

16:58 25 October 2012

Jo Brand

Jo Brand

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LONG established as one of the UK’s best female comics Jo Brand is coming to Haverhill Arts Centre in December as a ‘winter warmer’ for her forthcoming UK Tour.

Brand is multi-talented taking the part of The Sergeant of Police in Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance at London’s Gielgud Theatre, facing the formidable Alan Sugar for Comic Relief Does the Apprentice and learning to play the organ for a sell-out audience at The Royal Albert Hall.

She will be supported by Andy Robinson who has also worked with Sean Lock and Rich Hall and has performed as a warm up on TV shows like Shooting Stars and Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Tickets, £12, for the December 14 show can be bought from the box office: 01440 714140 or haverhillartscentre.co.uk. Doors open at 8pm.

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