It has been confirmed that comedian Tamar Broadbent will be supporting Hal Cruttenden for a very special night of comedy on Friday 23 March in aid of the Donna Louise.
Best known for her funny, catchy story songs about single life in your twenties, Tamar has toured her solo musical comedy shows around the UK, including the Edinburgh festival, and internationally to Europe and Australia. She was nominated for Best Comedy Show at Perth Fringeworld 2017 with her new show Get Ugly, which is on at the Underbelly, Edinburgh fringe, this August.
Tamar was a finalist in the 2015 Amused Moose Laugh Off and Funny Women Awards, and appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Fresh From the Fringe 2014. She performs regularly on the UK comedy circuit, and her recent gigs include: Glee, Screaming Blue Murder, Off the Rails, Comedy Cow and CKP Boat Show.
A big fan of Tina Fey and Holly Mandel, Tamar began improvising in 2015 and is now a member of long-form, UCB-style improvised comedy house team My Brother, Jose at the popular Free Association in London.
In 2014, Tamar won the Stiles & Drewe Best New Song Award, the most prestigious competition in the UK for new musical theatre songwriters. She has two musicals in development, including Club Mexicano, co-written with John Victor and due to tour in the Autumn.
Tamar has also co-written a play, Split, with Emma Pritchard, which enjoyed a successful run at the Brighton Fringe and is coming back to London soon.
Tamar has worked as a director and writer on musical comedy projects at LAMDA and Mountview Theatre Schools.
Tickets are available for this very special evening from our Box Office on 01543 412121 or click here http://www.lichfieldgarrick.com/whats-on/comedy/hal-cruttenden/1165