COMEDY: Sarah Millican adds second date at Sheffield City Hall

Sarah Millican
Sarah Millican

Comedy queen Sarah Millican has added a second date to her trip to Sheffield City Hall - on Wednesday, March 5 - due to phenomenal demand.

The British Comedy Award’s female flag-bearer will be teaching her audiences about a few things that remind her of home. What to take on a direty weekend, how to blend in at posh restaurants and how to teach a pensioner to swear are top of her list in a show suitable for spectators aged 16 years and above.

Millican won the if.comedy Best Newcomer award at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in February 2013 she was assessed as one of the 100 most powerful women in the United Kingdom, being one of the few women in comedy.

Having grown up in South Shields, her northern wit and instantly recognisable voice ensure the audiences are always in stitches.

She married in 1997 but divorced in 2004 and moved back in with her parents for two and a half years. In 2004, she joined a comedy club and had a number of jobs including working in a call centre until she made a career in stand up comedy.

Tickets for her March 5 show in Sheffield cost £25. To book, call 0114 2 789 78.