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Andy Parsons: Healing The Nation Warm Up

BORIS JOHNSON replaces Theresa May as PM. Show REWRITTEN.

The 2019 GENERAL ELECTION happens. Show REWRITTEN again.

COVID-19 arrives – show REWRITTEN for the third time.

So the 2019/2020 HEALING THE NATION TOUR has become the 2019/2020/2021 HEALING THE NATION TOUR, and as the tour has gone on, there’s been less and less healing and more and more of the opposite. Admittedly, I could have changed the title but it still seemed strangely appropriate - and some of the gigs have been rescheduled so it would prove confusing to existing ticketholders if the ticket said “HEALING THE NATION” but the show was now called “MY LIFE IN BALLET”.

So, we have the serially rewritten HEALING THE NATION TOUR 2019/2020 now EXTENDED INTO 2021, not so much due to POPULAR DEMAND but more lack of OPEN VENUES. And with NEGATIVE POWERS OF HEALING. Yet this latest, very new version of the show is my FAVOURITE so far…

Best known for his role on the hit show Mock The Week, Andy started his career writing for Weekending and Smith and Jones. He went on to become one of the main writers on the groundbreaking Spitting Image. Andy has performed on numerous radio and TV shows including Live at the Apollo, QI, The Stand-Up Show, The Comedy Store and They Think It’s All Over just to name a few. Andy currently performs the highly acclaimed Slacktivist Action Group monthly at London’s Soho Theatre, interviewing politicians, comedians and activists, which he also releases as his regular podcast of the same name. In 2017 he took his show Peak Bullsh*t all around the UK and was named the third most hardworking comedian in the UK by Ents 24…

Event: Saturday 17 July, 7.30pm

Tickets: £10

Buy tickets for Andy Parsons: Healing The Nation at Hampshire Cultural Trust’s Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham now!

May contain adults themes and strong language


Please note that tickets are for unreserved seating and seats will be allocated on the night. This allows us to manage the space to keep you safe in accordance with current social distancing guidelines.

To help keep everyone safe, we’ve made some changes at Ashcroft Arts Centre. We have introduced a number of measures in line with government guidelines to help manage our visitor numbers and ensure we maintain social distancing to protect you, our staff and volunteers. You can find out what we are doing at Ashcroft Arts Centre here. More information is available in our FAQs. Please email ashcroft@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk if you have any enquiries. Activities are subject to change and this event will take place dependent on government guidelines in place at the time.

  • Andy Parsons: Healing The Nation Warm Up