at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts

Phil Nichol: Your Wrong
Saturday 29 September at 7.30pm (Sherling Studio)
Tickets: £14
Discounts: U18s, Students

Harry & Chris
Saturday 10 November at 8pm (Sherling Studio)
Tickets: £12
Discounts: Seniors, Students, U18s, ATL, Live For 5

Jeremy Hardy
Wednesday 14 November, 8pm (Theatre)
Tickets: £14

Daniel Sloss: X
Wednesday 28 November at 8pm (Sherling Studio)
Tickets: £13.50
Discounts: Seniors, Students, U18s, ATL

Thursday 13 & Friday 14 December at 7pm (Sherling Studio)
Tickets: £12
Discounts: Seniors, Students, U18s, ATL

Coastal Comedy at Lighthouse
(Sherling Studio) 8pm
Friday 14 September – Adam Bloom
Saturday 13 October – Andy Askins
Saturday 24 November – Ben Norris
Saturday 22 December – Jen Brister
Tickets: £15 (£20 on the night)

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It’s time to get your laughing gear around another great season of comedy at Lighthouse, Poole’s Centre for the Arts.

Kicking things off the autumn is comedian Phil Nichol, who brings his latest stand-up show Your Wrong to Lighthouse on 29 September.  Phil will be questioning the nature of understanding and exploring our modern day need to be right about everything.

Harry and Chris

On their last visit to Lighthouse Harry and Chris prevented an apocalypse and got a panda pregnant. This time, drunk on comedy-rap-jazz power they are intent on bringing love and laughter to a world that needs both more than ever on 10 November.

Jeremy Hardy, now in his fourth decade as a stand-up comedian, returns to Lighthouse on 14 November with his latest show. That’s a more dramatic way of saying he started 34 years ago and, without a lottery win, probably has at least another 34 years to go. In 2014, the tenth series of Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation was broadcast on Radio 4 and more recently his brand-new series Jeremy Hardy Feels It. He is also well known for his appearances on The News Quiz and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue. 

On 28 November don’t miss the stunning new show from Scotland’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning comedy star Daniel Sloss. Fast becoming one of the world’s biggest comedy names, Daniel’s last smash-hit tour spanned 150+ shows across 28 countries around the globe. He has performed on US TV’s ‘Conan’ a record 8 times, sold out 11 consecutive Edinburgh Fringes (where he has been one of the biggest comedy ticket sellers for the past 8 years), and played 9 solo sold-out seasons in London’s West End as well as 3 seasons off-Broadway in New York.  Still just 27, this is his incredible 10th solo show.

Daniel Sloss

Come to Lighthouse on 13-14 November for a riotous comedy cabaret of outlandish live music, festive holiday high jinks and feral puppetry brought to you by tweedy funksters The Ukulele Evangelists. Stars of the Edinburgh Festival and winners of the coveted Uke of Edinburgh award, The Ukulele Evangelists bring you an evening of ludicrous seasonal treats such as: Channelling Elvis – a Beginners Guide; Badgers – Armed and Angry and Uptown Top Ranking performed on virtuoso ukulele and thrash tambourine.

Bournemouth & Poole Tourism Awards finalists Coastal Comedy return to Lighthouse with their monthly comedy nights in the Sherling Studio. Each evening features a line-up of three professional comedians, including one TV headliner all introduced by a fantastic compere. This season look out for Adam Bloom (14 September), Andy Askins (13 October), Ben Norris (24 November) and Jen Brister (22 December).

Tickets for all events are on sale now at the Lighthouse ticket office. Call 01202 280000 or book online at