Harry and Chris: The Rap, Jazz, Comedy Duo
Harry & Chris Comedy Duo, having played together in various forms for over 10 years, World Poetry Slam Champion Harry Baker teams up with BFF/Jazz Musician Chris Read as the imaginatively titled ‘Harry and Chris’. After a debut sell-out run of ‘The Harry and Chris Show’ at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016, they are bringing their brand of poetry, music, love and laughter all around the country.
Jazz musician Chris Read, ‘brilliant’ (Evening Standard), brings music, words, love, laughter and more onstage chemistry than a science expo.
“A combination of catchy hooks and breathtaking verbal ingenuity makes this a winning hour…The quality and quantity of laughs on offer is generous and yet the show is cynicism-free, the tone unapologetically feel-good.” (BroadwayBaby)
The duo are playing twenty four dates up and down the country starting on the 25th October to 30th December. You can see the tour dates on Ents 24 website.
Harry & Chris have kindly given us a two pairs of tickets to give away. They are for the Glasgow and Manchester shows.
The Glasgow show takes place at The Stand Comedy Club 18th December. The Manchester show takes place on the 19th December at the Frog and Bucket Comedy Club.
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