Kieran Hodgson


Venue: South Street (Directions)

Thu 19 May, 20:00
Sold out


In 2003, Lance Armstrong won his 5th Tour de France title, and a young boy in West Yorkshire believed in him. Now a character comedian, he (the boy) sets out on tour with a heartfelt and hilarious story of growing up, betrayal by professional athletes, and redemption.

‘Lance’ was nominated for Best Show at the Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2015 and had a sell-out four-week run in London’s West End last autumn. 
Kieran starred in BBC2’s Making Dad’s Army this Christmas, and featured in BBC2’s Count Arthur Strong and the movie Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa. 
Running time: 60mins (no interval).


Ticket information

Tickets £12


  • An absolute gem of a comedy show – about teenage cycling, sullied dreams and migrating from the north. Every line of his script is wired for laughter. *****

    The Guardian
  • Hodgson has here served up a one-man effort that lets his comedic talents roar as never before… Tour de France? Tour de force, more like ****

    The Telegraph
  • An impeccably woven piece of one-man storytelling… brilliantly funny. ****

    The Times

Venue info

South Street

21 South Street, Reading, RG1 4QU

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Contact: 0118 937 3456 (administration) or 0118 960 6060 (Box Office)

Box office is open at South Street Arts Centre on performance days one hour before the show (subject to availability)

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