The Horne Section

The Horne Section

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They've had their own TV special at the London Palladium, they have an iTunes-chart-topping podcast and now they're touring the country; it's the one and only Horne Section's one and only 2019 Tour.

Following their hit BBC Radio 4 series, and many years of sell-out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and London’s West End, don’t miss everyone’s favourite Dictionary Corner regulars on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown and the first band to ever host Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two).

Five outstanding musicians, one non-musical stand up, there'll be comedy, songs, enthusiastic dancing and a lot of mucking about. A unique show from the hugely talented band and Alex Horne, the creator and co-host of The Bafta and Emmy nominated Taskmaster, which won Best Entertainment Show at last year’s Broadcast Awards.

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Age guideline 14+

  • We can’t recommend The Horne Section highly enough.
       
    Time Out
  • An absolute blast.
       
    Metro

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