Join Black Arts Heritage Luton & Beds for an evening of entertainment and mature comedy as four comedians open the doors to the ups and downs of relationships.
How is it long term relationships go from I love you to Why don't you stop breathing? Spoken word to marry or not to marry? That is the Black man's quandary, and music to rev up that dilapidated Libido with shared rhythmical delight. Hosted by one of the first black comedians on the BBC and with a special musical performance from an award-winning saxophonist, this is not an evening you will want to miss.
Prizes for the best dressed couple!
Saxophonist: Millicent Stephenson
Millicent Stephenson is an in-demand multi-award winning full time professional Saxophonist. Her credits include many high profile events including 'Songs of Praise' on BBC1. Millicent's exquisite sound is often described as 'music for the soul' with her performances said to be moving and captivating.
Our host, a veteran in the world of stand up comedy with origins that stem from the real Mccoy. Rudi is a performer with a remarkable track record providing over 25 years of hilarity entertaining in a variety of settings and at some of the most prestigious venues around the world. One of the first black comedians on BBC The Stand Up Show fresh, original, contemporary and amusing.
The comedian with the velvet voice, known as the dating and relationship therapist.
What can't be said about this comedian, winner of the 2019 Two, Nine, One competition. Her comedy is challenging, observational, controversial and inspirational with a twist of nasty whilst remaining classy.
Known as Jamaica's funnies comedian, comedy export Ping Wing now also has a strong British fan base. His credits include Live at the Carlin Apollo Hammersmith London. Ping Wing is described as outrageously funny and entertaining.
Priscilla has been writing poetry for over ten year and is inspired by every day life.
Running Time: 150 minutes
- Saturday, February 15, 2020
Luton Library Theatre
Luton Library Theatre opened in 1962 as a lecture theatre before gradually changing to a traditional entertainment venue with 256 seats and two side aisles.
The Theatre began to build up a programme of amateur and professional drama, film, music of all types and children's events. In fact a pretty long list of events that covers almost every taste!
All of this continued through the sixties, seventies and eighties. During the nineties the seating was changed to a more modern style and colour with a centre isle with a slight rake. This meant the amount of seating had to be reduced to the current capacity of 238.
In the late nineties and early noughties, there were more changes both fabric and technical makeup of the Theatre. This brings us up to 2009, when the Library itself closed for a major refurbishment. Some improvements were made to the front of house and bar areas of the theatre, plus the introduction of a new cafe.
Luton Library Theatre with it's 238 seated capacity auditorium and Bar Area. See Venue Hire for more information.
To become part of Luton Library Theatre's programme, please contact our Head of Arts & Cultural Programmes, Fahim Qureshi at Fahim.Qureshi@LutonCulture.com