How to be Champion: An Evening with Sarah Millican

Wed 11 Oct
20:00 - 21:00
G Live
£22, £19.80 concessions

Suitable for Age 16+

Hosted by Julia Raeside

tickets selling fast

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Kindly sponsored by Simba Sleep

Sarah Millican is never less than belly-laugh hilarious
— Mirror

Join the brilliant comedian Sarah Millican chatting about her debut book, How to be Championand delving into her super normal life with daft stories, funny tales and proper advice on how to get past life's blips - like being good at school but not good at friends, the excitement of IBS and how to blossom post-divorce. If you have ever worn glasses at the age of six, been gloriously dumped in a Frankie and Benny's, lived in your childhood bedroom in your thirties, or you just want to laugh on a train/sofa/toilet or under your desk, this is your book.

An iron fist in a marigold glove
— Guardian

Since winning the 2008 if.comedy Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for her debut solo show, Sarah Millican's Not Nice, Sarah has firmly established herself as a household name, having been nominated three times for The British Comedy Awards People's Choice: Queen of Comedy and winning the award in 2011. Sarah's debut DVD, Chatterbox Live!, was the biggest selling stand-up DVD by a female comedian of all time, shifting over 150,000 units in the first five weeks of release alone.

Her latest title, Sarah Millican: Outsider, was released in November 2016 and went straight to number one in the sales chart upon release. A two time BAFTA nominee for The Sarah Millican Television Programme, Sarah's other television credits include two appearances on The Royal Variety Performance and four appearances on flagship BBC stand-up show Live At The Apollo. As well as her live and TV work, Sarah is also the founder of Standard Issue magazine for women. She lives with her husband Gary, dog Commander Tuvok and cats Chief Brody and Lieutenant Ripley.

@SarahMillican75

Wonderfully wrong... incredibly funny
— Metro