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He’s been on the road since February, played three sold out nights at London’s iconic Hackney Empire and now Ol’ Broken Pancreas is charged up and ready to flick the switch on even more nights of attention seeking.
Co-host of the award-winning mega-hit podcast Off Menu with James Acaster, new judge on Great British Menu, Taskmaster champion and host of Taskmaster the Podcast, and has his own special Blood Sugar available worldwide on Amazon Prime.
Superb stand-up- Ben Williams, Time Out
An ability to open his mouth and spontaneously say something hysterically funny- James Kettle, The Guardian
Platefuls of stand-up talent…You can bet on Gamble to deliver laughs- Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard
Also seen and heard on Mock the Week (BBC2), Live At the Apollo (BBC), The Russell Howard Hour (Sky), QI (BBC2), Would I Lie To You (BBC) and Sunday mornings on Radio X alongside Matthew Crosby.
Mesmerically funny and original…consistently eye-wateringly hilarious- Rachel Aroesti, The i
Gamble shows masterful comedy skills- Steve Bennett, Chortle
The Alexandra, Birmingham
Birmingham’s beloved theatre, The Alexandra, was built in 1901 by William Coutts and throughout its vast history, has become home to first class entertainment. In 2018, the venue underwent an extensive refurbishment and reverted to its original name, The Alexandra. The theatre is a valuable contributor to culture within Birmingham and the West Midlands, presenting first-rate musicals, drama, comedy and more.
Notable performances at The Alexandra Theatre include Chicago, Fame and An Inspector Calls, with new shows added regularly. It’s seen many famous faces throughout the years and continues to bring star-studded shows to Birmingham straight from London’s West End. Browse The Alexandra’s show listings now.