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23 October 2011
This October The Capital One Just For Laughs Comedy Tour is back with its first-ever British edition with a side splitting line-up of comics from across the pond, introduced by Canadian comedy star Steve Patterson (The Debaters). This 11th edition line-up features Matt Kirshen, Hal Cruttenden, Stephen K. Amos, Sean Meo and Terry Alderton.
4th September 2011
The very best of the British comedy circuit is to be showcased in a unique night of award-winning stand-up and variety to be staged in Shoreditch in September. Organisers of the new Scipmylo Comedy Festival have teamed up with the UK’s leading comedy website Chortle to present a line-up of top comedy acts including Terry Alderton.
1st July 2011
You are exclusively invited to a very special evening of stand up comedy performances from some of the world’s top comics including Terry Alderton. The show is being recorded at the Richmond Theatre in Surrey on 18th July at 6:15pm. Tickets are free but subject to availablility.
7th May 2011
Terry will be appearing at the 2011 Edinburgh festival. His show runs from 3rd August to 28th August (excluding 15th Aug) at the Pleasance Courtyard Cabaret Bar. The show starts at 9:20pm. Tickets are available through the Pleasance Courtyard website or call the ticket line on +44 (0)131 556 6550.
27th April 2011
After being voted New Zealand’s best international guest 2010 and following his sell-out UK tour Terry returns to this year’s New Zealand International Comedy Festival.
With shows running from 2nd to 9th May at San Francisco Bath House in Wellington
and from 9th to 21st May at The Classic in Auckland Terry is set to make this another successful year.
17th February 2011
Brassneck TV have teamed up with Terry Alderton to produce a pilot for 'Being Terry Alderton', a new sketch show that explores the many voices inside the comedian's head. Alderton recently appreared on Michael Macintyre's Comedy Road Show for BBC1 and has been receiving plaudits for his recent tour, not least from Eddie Izzard who proclaimed him to be 'a very funny comic with a fantastic comedy mind but someone who really ought to seek some form of professional help!'