Comedian Kieran Hodgson is back with his show Maestro
PUBLISHED: 13:07 19 May 2017 | UPDATED: 13:07 19 May 2017
He’ll be performing in Canterbury
Kieran Hodgson is bringing his comedy Maestro to Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre.
Maestro is the follow up to his show Lance and this new hour of comedy traces Kieran’s musical roots as he attempts to conduct a symphony.
In 2003 Kieran Hodgson heard the music of Gustav Mahler and decided to write a symphony.
13 years later and he is taking to the stage with a story about falling in love and attempting something far beyond your abilities.
Kieran also starred in Nick Mohammed’s show Mr Swallow: Houdini, after taking part in the sell-out Dracula in 2014.
He starred in the role of Ian Lavender in BBC 2’s single drama We’re Doomed, The Dad’s Army Story alongside John Sessions, Kevin Bishop and Sally Phillips.
Kieran had a guest role in BBC 2’s Ben Elton–penned Shakespearean sitcom Upstart Crow alongside David Mitchell, Harry Enfield and Spencer Jones. He has also appeared in BBC’s Jonathan Creek and Count Arthur Strong as well as E4’s Drifters, and Siblings, and Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa.
To see him live in Canterbury on May 27, visit marlowetheatre.com
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