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Audience Tix for Lenny Henry - Rudy's Rare Records

Three generations of music-loving men collide in Rudy's Rare Records, a comedy about how to survive family life.

Starring Lenny Henry, Larrington Walker and the finest record shop in Birmingham.

21st & 28th November

The Shaw Theatre - 21st

21 November

Time
7.30pm

Venue recording at: ...
The Shaw Theatre
110 Euston Road
London
NW1 2AJ

Programme details

No extra details available.

Minimum age: 14

Maximum tickets per request: 4

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28th Nov

Venue recording at: ...
The Drill Hall

16 Chenies Street
London
WC1E 7EX
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#1
Thanks for this :)
suspended#2
It's increadible that Lenny Henry has made a career as a comedian despite being one of the least funny people on the planet.

My guess is if it had not been for comic relief and his marriage he would have faded into obscurity long long ago.... and we would have been the better for it.
#3
I'm so old I remember him when he was funny!
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Lakeside
I'm so old I remember him when he was funny!

Well I'm 39 and I remember him in 3 of-a-kind and tiswas..... how old are you.... and when was he funny?

maybe you went to school with him and he was a funny kid.
#5
Well I'm older than 39 and with that comes the ability not to question my elders. For your information Lenny Henry found fame after the 'Love They Neighbours' years when it suddenly it wasn't funny to laugh at black people in sitcoms, but it was still funny to laugh at black people if you were a black comedian.

I never saw Henry as a comedic talent in any shape or form, but you have to hand it to him, he was in the right situation at the right time. Which doesn't make it right.
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Lakeside
Well I'm older than 39 and with that comes the ability not to question my elders. For your information Lenny Henry found fame after the 'Love They Neighbours' years when it suddenly it wasn't funny to laugh at black people in sitcoms, but it was still funny to laugh at black people if you were a black comedian.I never saw Henry as a comedic talent in any shape or form, but you have to hand it to him, he was in the right situation at the right time. Which doesn't make it right.
Wow.. thanks for the sermon... and the history lesson on racism in comedy. Regardless of all of this he was never funny IMO.... I assume that is an opinion I am still entitled to? ....given it has nothing to do with race and everything to do with the fact I never found him funny..... phew... thank you.
#7
You asked me, in your own words, "when was he funny"...I simply tried to tell you when (and it what social circumstances) he was funny. It's disappointing to read that you saw that as a sermon, to me it was a little sharing of comedic history.
#8
"a comedy about how to survive family life."

Simples: get a divorce...
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Lakeside
You asked me, in your own words, "when was he funny"...I simply tried to tell you when (and it what social circumstances) he was funny. It's disappointing to read that you saw that as a sermon, to me it was a little sharing of comedic history.

I think you lost me when you made the condescending remark "and with that comes the ability not to question my elders"
#10
I said I remember when he was funny. I didn't think I would be cross examined about my tongue in cheek remark. I do remember when he was funny. Just accept it!
suspended#11
Lakeside
I said I remember when he was funny. I didn't think I would be cross examined about my tongue in cheek remark. I do remember when he was funny. Just accept it!

Oh yes... my apologies. So when exactly was he funny?... I realise "comedy" is fairly subjective but I'm interested to know exactly what he did that made you laugh. Are we talking before 3-of-a-kind when he possibly did something I am not aware of..... or are you just really easily pleased and also find the crankies a hoot.
#12
Ok question 1 "So when was he funny". Answer copied and pasted from my reply of two days ago (that you read and replied to) "after the 'Love They Neighbours' years when it suddenly it wasn't funny to laugh at black people in sitcoms, but it was still funny to laugh at black people if you were a black comedian.I never saw Henry as a comedic talent in any shape or form, but you have to hand it to him, he was in the right situation at the right time. Which doesn't make it right."

Question 2 Am I easily pleased - answer also to be found in same post of 2 days ago - "I never saw Henry as a comedic talent in any shape or form"

Now, if you would like to ask me those two questions for a third time, I'll be glad to paste the same answers for a third time. I'm sorry you find my posts patronising but you do make the conversation very tedious.

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Lakeside
Ok question 1 "So when was he funny". Answer copied and pasted from my reply of two days ago (that you read and replied to)"after the 'Love They Neighbours' years when it suddenly it wasn't funny to laugh at black people in sitcoms, but it was still funny to laugh at black people if you were a black comedian.I never saw Henry as a comedic talent in any shape or form, but you have to hand it to him, he was in the right situation at the right time. Which doesn't make it right."Question 2 Am I easily pleased - answer also to be found in same post of 2 days ago -"I never saw Henry as a comedic talent in any shape or form"Now, if you would like to ask me those two questions for a third time, I'll be glad to paste the same answers for a third time. I'm sorry you find my posts patronising but you do make the conversation very tedious.[/i]

Yes I will be happy to ask the question again... you have yet to tell me what it was you saw. I will spell it out as you are obviously a bit dim. What program was it? .... a program is a television program like "the generation game" or "not the nine o'clock news"... nearly everything you see on TV is a "program". So you could answer "tiswas" or "3-of-a-kind" instead of an ambigous time period that really does nothing to prove your point.
Tedious.... I couldn't agree more.
#14
Me a bit dim??!! You asked me "So when was he funny" - you never once asked in which programme was he funny!! Time isn't measured in TV programmes mate lol

I think you are a little out of your depth mate to be honest.
#15
Oh, and it's "programme", not "program", Mr. Dim.
suspended#16
Lakeside
Oh, and it's "programme", not "program", Mr. Dim.

Still saying a lot without actually saying anything I see.... I guess you cant tell me then.

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