Every comedian coming to the Bristol Hippodrome in 2020

Every comedian coming to the Bristol Hippodrome in 2020

Posted on: 08 Sep 2019

2020 at the Bristol Hippodrome is shaping up to be a barrel of laughs.

 

No, really! Next year, some of comedy’s biggest names will be stopping by; Rob Beckett, Russell Howard and Romesh Ranganathan included. 


But with each show starting to sell out, we thought that it'd be best to give you comedy-loving folk a helping hand. Here’s a round-up of every single comic coming to the Bristol Hippodrome in 2020 - and those all-important ticket links. 

Stand-up comedy galore in Bristol

Trixie Mattel | 17 May 2020 

A drag queen, a musician and a stand-up comedian; Trixie rose to prominence on season 7 of the ever-popular RuPaul’s Drag Race. Catch her one-woman show in Bristol. 

Tickets from £34.40. Get yours here.

 

Ross Noble | 18 May 2020

Geordie comedian and more recently, West End actor Ross Noble is heading back into stand-up with his brand new Humournoid tour: ‘what happens when pure comedy takes human form?’ There's pretty good ticket availability for this show, so take your pick. 

Tickets from £30.15. Get yours here.

 

Romesh Ranganathan | 19 - 20 May 2020 

With his hit-BBC show The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan and trademark cynicism, it’s no surprise that Romesh Ranganathan’s Hippodrome show is nearly sold out. Grab some upper circle tickets while you can. 


Tickets from £27.15. Get yours here.Romesh Ranganathan

Rob Beckett | 21 May 2020 

You know when you’re a team captain on Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats, you’re doing pretty well. Catch Beckett on his Wallop! Tour next spring. But be quick: there’s only good availability left for the upper circle.

Tickets from £27.15. Get yours here.

 

Jimmy Carr | 13 July 2020

We all know that laugh. Obviously, tickets for Carr’s Terribly Funny tour run at the Hippodrome is nearly sold-out. Why not grab those final tickets in the upper circle?

Tickets from £33.65. Get yours here.

 

Russell Howard | 29 June - 4 July 2020

Bristol-born and bred, the Good News man Russell Howard is going on a world tour, but first, he’s coming home. Catch him trying to make sense of a world that is spinning wildly out of control. This show has lots of upper circle tickets left. 

Tickets from £40. Get yours here.Russell Howard

My Dad Wrote a Porno | 25 October 2020

When Jamie Morton found out his dad wrote a dirty book, he didn’t ignore it. No, he read it to the world via podcast. It’s now got 100 million downloads worldwide! Hear it live with the team behind the smash-hit series. Though this show is over a year away, it's already selling out.

Tickets from £40.40. Get yours here.


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Article by:

Kate Hutchison

Kate Hutchison, co-Editor 365Bristol.com & Editor 365Bath.com 

Kate is a recent Philosophy graduate and freelance writer with a passion for digital content, music and lifestyle journalism. Find Kate in a coffee shop, on Twitter or email kate@365bristol.com