Mask wearing is now a personal choice in England, but we politely encourage you to wear one when you visit our theatre to protect our audiences and staff.
Performances in Cornerstone Arts Centre's auditorium will not be socially distanced, however our aircon extractor system means that air flow will be fresh and not recycled. For your peace of mind, all our staff are carrying out lateral flow tests at least once a week.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to back to Cornerstone.
Prices: £15, £13.50 (concs)
Stand-up comedy is unpredictable. There may be swearing and adult themes
Saturday 21 May 2016 8:00pm
After years of drifting aimlessly and alone, Richard Herring is now settled down with a wife and a tiny baby. But is he finally happy? Or does responsibility for the lives of others come with its own terrors? In his twelfth solo stand up show, Richard examines whether we can ever hope to be, or are meant to be, truly content. If we were never unhappy would happiness have any meaning? Why do our brains make us contemplate disaster even if there is no trigger for negative thinking? Is there path to eternal bliss or should we just face the fact life is a rollercoaster and we must face the rough with the smooth?
Richard is famed for his concept-led one-person live stand-up shows.