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Harry Hills KIDZ SHOW: How to be funny - for KIDS! 


New Wimbledon Theatre,
The Broadway,
SW19 1QG



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Harry Hill’s KIDZ SHOW: How To Be Funny - For KIDS!, the first time the revered comedian has taken to the road in five years, ties in with the release of Matt Millz Stands Up, the sequel to Harry’s critically lauded kids book, Matt Millz, about the world’s youngest comedian who dreams of making it big. 


Harry Hill’s KIDZ SHOW: How To Be Funny - For KIDS! will offer hints, tips and anecdotes for children who fancy themselves as a bit of a joker, with the self-styled floppy-collared loon Harry Hill on hand to run through his dos and do-nots, as well as offering kids the chance to try out their comedy skills.


So kids – bring your best jokes! And if you’re sitting near the front, bring your umbrella! Expect big laughs, practical tips and bucket loads of water silliness.


Harry Hill is a national treasure who has created some of the most successful TV shows of the last two decades, collecting three BAFTAs, eight British Comedy Awards and a Golden Rose of Montreux along the way. He created the multi-award-winning series Harry Hill’s TV Burp for ITV, having previously created Harry Hill’s Fruit Corner (BBC Radio 4), Harry Hill’s Fruit Fancies (BBC2) and the award-winning comedy show Harry Hill (C4).


He is the host of You’ve Been Framed! (ITV) and recent shows include the award-nominated Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule for ITV, and Harry Hill’s Tea Time for Sky.


He made seven legendary appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS), and Harry’s last live tour, Sausage Time, took in 40 sell-out dates around the UK. Harry is also a best-selling children’s author, and his latest children’s book, Matt Millz, was released by Faber in October.




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Venue Details

New Wimbledon Theatre,
The Broadway,
SW19 1QG

0844 871 7646

The New Wimbledon Theatre is situated on The Broadway, Wimbledon, London, in the London Borough of Merton. It is a Grade II listed Edwardian theatre built by the theatre lover and entrepreneur, J B Mulholland.[1] Built on the site of a large house with spacious grounds, the theatre was designed by Cecil Aubrey Massey and Roy Young (possibly following a 1908 design by Frank H Jones).[1] The theatre opened on 26 December 1910 with the pantomime Jack and Jill.


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