A Night Out With Sanjeev Bhaskar

Sunday 6 February


Front Doors Open: 6pm

Auditorium: 6.30pm

Show Starts: 7pm


To alleviate large queues we ask that you arrive in good time as there are bag searches in place. Where possible please bring small bags with you.

Tickets £31.50*


*A transaction fee of £3.00 per booking is charged for all online and telephone transactions

In conversation with Tommy Pearson

Actor, comedian, writer and presenter Sanjeev Bhaskar OBE is perhaps best known as co-creator and star of the ground-breaking television comedies Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars at No.42 and his starring roles in the ITV drama series Unforgotten and the BBC’s The Indian Doctor. He has also had memorable roles in the films Paddington 2, Notting Hill, Yesterday, Anita and Me and The Guru. Sanjeev has also presented documentaries including India with Sanjeev Bhaskar as part of the BBC’s series of programmes marking the 60th anniversary of the independence of India. He will next be seen starring in the major new Netflix series, The Sandman, based on the comic book by Neil Gaiman.

In this rare live appearance, Sanjeev Bhaskar will be talking about his incredible career and revealing the stories behind his most famous sketches (such as the legendary ‘Going For An English’ from Goodness Gracious Me), series and roles. Throughout the evening, clips from his various TV and film credits will be shown, including Goodness Gracious Me, The Kumars at No.42, Unforgotten, The Indian Doctor, Yesterday and Notting Hill (in which he memorably appears as ‘Loud Man In Restaurant’).

This is a unique chance to spend the evening in the company of one of the UK’s finest comic performers – and there will be a chance for questions from the audience too!