Comedy Night at the Projector starts the new year with a HUGE ACT from the UK! We start 2024 with the incomparable Reginald D Hunter (USA/UK)! You have seen him on QI, Live at the Apollo, and on his own series for the BBC, Songs of The South & Songs of The Border. But now, you get to see him LIVE and doing a full comedy set to kick off your year!
Not only will we now be performing for the rest of this year in the Projector Cineleisure, but we are also INTRODUCING a new pricing system of Early Early Bird and Early Bird Tickets, to fight against the horrors of the cost of living! One of the best acts we’ve ever booked in CNATP history, a new venue and cheaper tickets, do you need another reason to get your tickets now? Maybe a New Year’s Resolution, to get more laughs into your system, with Comedy Night at the Projector!
Reginald D Hunter (USA/UK) Born in America’s Deep South, Reginald D Hunter is an award-winning stand-up comedian, known for his searingly honest observations and his often controversial material.
His first solo show was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award, with two of his subsequent solo shows also nominated for the award. His show ‘Pride and Prejudice and Niggas’ won The Writers’ Guild Award for Comedy, then ran for a season in London’s West End before a national tour. He continues to tour and has performed at comedy festivals in Montreal, Sydney and Melbourne.
Reginald is a well-known face on UK television and has appeared on Live at the Apollo (BBC One), Have I Got News for You (BBC One), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Would I Lie to You (BBC One), Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two), QI (BBC Two), The Graham Norton Show (BBC One) and The Jonathan Ross Show (BBC One).