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Lost Voice Guy

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Following the success of his sell out debut tour in 2019 – during which he performed at over 100 UK venues –  Lee Ridley (aka Lost Voice Guy) is heading back out on the road in 2021 to put a smile on the faces of people up and down the country once again. 

The Britain’s Got Talent winner will poke fun at his life living as a disabled person in a post-apocalyptic world, as he tries to cope with the fame and fortune since his memorable victory. From the highs of meeting 50% of The Chuckle Brothers to the lows of being called ‘him off The X Factor’, and everything in between.

The stand-up comedian might not have a Geordie accent yet, and he might still sound like a posh version of Robocop, but his comedy is sure to leave you speechless.   

As featured on America’s Got Talent: The Champions, The Royal Variety Performance, Live At The Apollo, The Last Leg, The One Show, and star of Ability on Radio 4.

Age guideline 14+


Oxford Playhouse is delighted to be welcoming audiences back into our theatre.   

Please be assured that the safety of our audiences is of the utmost importance to us.  For your safety and assurance, we are following the safety and hygiene measures set out by the government in its guidance for performing arts.    

Please note that all audience members will be asked to wear face masks throughout their time at the Playhouse, unless exempt for health reasons. These may be removed once seated whilst you are enjoying your pre-ordered refreshments. 

In the event that a performance has to be cancelled, you will receive a full refund. If you are unwell and unable to attend please contact our Ticket Offices team who will do their best to help you.

For further information click here.

Duration: 1 hour with no interval

  • Sat 19 Mar 2022 7:30 PM £18.00/£11.50

Book Tickets

  • Sat 19 March 7:30 PM

Important information

Customers will be allocated staggered arrival times in the following order.

6:45pm - 7:00pm: Stalls rows B, D & F and Circle rows A-B 

7:00pm - 7:15pm: Stalls rows H, K & M and Circle rows C-D 

7:15pm - 7:30pm: Stalls rows P, R, T & W and Circle rows E, F & G 

All wheelchair customers in (Row T) will be seated last.

Online viewers will be emailed with a link prior to the performance

 

 

  • WILL OPEN YOUR EYES, PUT FIRE IN YOUR BELLY AND MAKE YOU LAUGH GUILTILY AT (HIS) FRANKNESS AND LEVITY.
       
    The Metro
  • HAS THE AUDIENCE EATING OUT OF THE PALM OF HIS HAND...
       
    The Telegraph
  • RIDLEY DEFTLY PLAYS ON HIS AUDIENCE’S FEARS ABOUT WHAT THEY CAN AND CAN’T LAUGH AT, TO GLORIOUS EFFECT…A CONSUMMATE COMEDIAN
       
    The List
  • PERSONAL, POLITICAL, POINTED – AND VERY FUNNY
       
    i Newspaper

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