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Preview: Luisa Omielan – What Would Beyonce Do at Newcastle Tyne Theatre
Luisa Omielan – What Would Beyonce Do?! Newcastle Tyne Theatre & Opera House Thursday 17th November 2016
Tyne Theatre & Opera House are excited to announce a very special comedy show for November. The hilarious Luisa Omielan will bring ‘What Would Beyonce Do?!’ to the Tyne Theatre stage for an exclusive Newcastle upon Tyne date on Thursday 17th November.
Hailed as 'one of the biggest stand up hits of the last decade' (The Guardian) ‘What Would Beyonce Do?!’ is the most successful debut show to come from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and has toured over 12 countries. Having been nominated for Best Comedy Show at Melbourne International Comedy Festival it has recently been turned into a book.
Luisa is selecting a few of her favourite cities to come and do an exclusive showing in preparation for something very exciting! Newcastle is top of her list. Having had sell outs at Jesterval Comedy Festival over the last few years, she recently sold out an 850 seater in London earlier this year.
This show is a one off special. Book early to avoid disappointment!
Theatre Director Joanne Johnson says: “We’re thrilled to have been chosen by Luisa herself to host one of the revival shows of ‘What Would Beyonce Do?!’ Luisa is one of my personal favourite comedians, and this is an exclusive North East date, which makes it all the more special! Tyne Theatre & Opera House is the best venue in Newcastle to see the biggest names in stand-up comedy, and Luisa is in fantastic company, with shows from Josh Widdicombe, Romesh Ranganathan and Nina Conti (to name but a few) coming up in the next few months.”
Tickets:£12 (plus booking fees when booking online and over the phone)