St David's Hall is currently closed
St David's Hall is closed to the public until Monday 2 November 2020 as we are adhering to the advice provided by the UK Government. The safety of our patrons, staff and artists are of utmost importance. Please keep checking the website for the latest updates.
Should you need to contact us, please call our temporary number on 07391 791934. The phone line is manned Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4.00pm. Please bear with us as the line will be busy and please note, unfortunately we cannot respond to texts and messages left on this number.
We would like to inform you that the Chris Ramsey gig on Thursday 14 May 2020, 7.30pm has been postponed to Thursday 29 April 2021 7.30pm, due to the uncertain situation with the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
The tickets you currently hold will be valid for the new date. We hope you will be able to make the new date.
Critically acclaimed comedian Chris Ramsey is hitting the road for his biggest ever stand-up tour in 2020. Having filled venues across the country including The Newcastle Metro Arena, twice, “Ramsey has the potential to be a mainstream hit, a cult favourite or almost anything in between” (Sunday Times), so don’t miss your chance to catch him live on stage while you can.
Chris has just announced his own live stand-up special which will be available to stream on Amazon Prime this summer. Alongside his wife Rosie he is also the co-host of the no.1 hit podcast Shagged. Married. Annoyed. which has been downloaded a phenomenal 4.5 million times.
Recently seen hosting two series of his very own TV show The Chris Ramsey Show and Chris Ramsey’s Stand up Central (both Comedy Central), he has also been a regular face on many major comedy shows including Celebrity Juice (ITV2), 8 out of 10 Cats (C4), Live at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central) and Virtually Famous (E4) to name a few.
“Frighteningly talented… tearing up every stage he lands on” James Mullinger, GQ
“A brilliantly engaging natural storyteller” Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
“Spinning blokey pub banter and unpretentious patter into stand-up gold” James Kettle, The Guardian Guide