UK Comedy sensation Kerry Godliman brings her 2021 UK tour to Oxfordshire on two dates; Henley-on-Thames on Friday 15th October and Banbury on Wednesday, 10 November. Known for her acting in collaborations with Ricky Gervais (Derek, Afterlife) and her frequent appearances on the TV comedy circuit (Mock the Week, Taskmasker), the South-London native is a talented stand-up too.
“Her new show finds her on exquisitely crowd-pleasing form. Some sublime culture clash material” – **** Evening Standard
The charmingly straight-talking, quick-witted and acclaimed stand-up and actor, Kerry Godliman, is back on tour after a ‘break’ (otherwise known as ‘Lockdown’). But her bosh-like nature will never let her rest. Between a needy cat, a constantly disappointing campervan, ever-raging feelings of mum guilt and bewilderment at the phasing-out of thimbles and doilies, Kerry needs to offload. Join her for this thinly disguised therapy session.
As seen on After Life, Whitstable Pearl, Adult Material, Save Me, Derek, Bad Move, Mock The Week, Live at the Apollo, The Jonathan Ross Show, There’s Something About Movies, Taskmaster, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and Call The Midwife, and heard on The News Quiz, The Now Show, The Wilsons Save The World and I’m Sorry I Haven’t A Clue. Kerry has performed stand-up throughout her comedy career, encompassing national tours and successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Also a well-known actor, Kerry’s biggest recent acting project is the starring role in Whitstable Pearl, a brand-new detective drama on the streaming channel Acorn TV. Based on Julie Wassmer’s popular crime mystery novels, Kerry takes the lead role of Pearl Nolan – a restaurateur in a Kent seaside town who sidelines in solving murder cases.
At the end of 2020, Kerry starred in BAFTA-nominated Adult Material, a Channel 4 drama about the porn industry – in which she played the part of MP Stella Maitland. And earlier in the year, Sky Atlantic viewers saw Kerry reprise her role as Teens in the mystery drama and BAFTA-winning Save Me Too. She also stars in After Life, which is back later this year for a third series on Netflix.
Back on the stage, Kerry also performed a hilarious set at the 2019 Royal Variety Performance from the London Palladium, which aired in December.
During the Lockdown, Kerry also launched a new podcast, Memory Lane, which sees celebrity guests talk about the stories behind five of their favourite photos from their lives.
“Godliman, nicely foul-mouthed when she wants to be, is caustic when required” – **** The Arts Desk
FULL 2021 TOUR DATES
|Friday, 3 September 2021||Reading||South Street Arts Centre|
|Saturday, 4 September||Reading||South Street Arts Centre|
|Friday, 10 September||Cambridge||Junction|
|Saturday, 11 September||Shoreham||Ropetackle Arts Centre|
|Friday, 17 September||Barnsley||Civic Theatre|
|Saturday, 18 September||Evesham||Town Hall|
|Tuesday, 21 September||Edinburgh||The Stand|
|Wednesday, 22 September||Glasgow||The Stand (7pm short show)|
|Wednesday, 29 September||Birmingham||Glee|
|Thursday, 30 September||Nottingham||Glee|
|Friday, 1 October||Aylesbury||Waterside Second Space|
|Friday, 8 October||Coalville||Century Theatre|
|Saturday, 9 October||Darwen||Library Theatre|
|Sunday, 10 October||Harrogate||Theatre|
|Friday, 15 October||Henley-on-Thames||Kenton Theatre|
|Friday, 22 October||Andover||The Lights|
|Saturday, 23 October||East Grinstead||Chequer Mead Theatre|
|Thursday, 28 October||St Austell||Arts Centre|
|Friday, 29 October||Bristol||Redgrave Theatre|
|Saturday, 30 October||Taunton||The Brewhouse|
|Wednesday, 10 November||Banbury||The Mill Arts Centre|
|Friday, 14 January 2022||Crawley||The Hawth|
|Friday, 28 January||Basingstoke||The Haymarket|
|Saturday, 29 January||London||Blackheath Halls|
|Wednesday, 9 February||Cardiff||Glee|
|Thursday, 10 February||Bristol||Hen & Chicken|
|Friday, 11 February||Bridport||Arts Centre|
|Saturday, 26 February||Watford||Palace Theatre|
|Friday, 4 March||Southampton||The Berry Theatre|
|Tuesday, 8 March||Brighton||Komedia|
|Wednesday, 9 March||Bracknell||South Hill Park Arts Centre|
|Thursday, 24 March||Paignton||Palace Theatre|
|Friday, 25 March||Plymouth||The Quad, Marjon University|
|Saturday, 26 March||Launceston||Town Hall|
|Sunday, 8 May||Camberley||Theatre|