The Invisible Dot presents
The horne sectionThe comedy-jazz juggernaut of The Horne Section returns to the West End for an initial run of eight late-night Saturday shows. It's live and loud – part improvised,part honed, part performance, part party.
Alex Horne and his magnificent band will be jamming with the biggest, best and most bizarre acts around. So far, it's picked up the likes of Simon Amstell, Ed Byrne, Jimmy Carr, Greg Davies, Dave Gorman, Neil Hannon, Harry Hill, Tim Key, Josie Long, The Magnets, Tim Minchin, Al Murray, David O'Doherty, John Oliver, Oompah Brass, Peter Serafinowicz, Shlomo, Tim Vine and Mark Watson.
Premiering in Edinburgh last year, The Horne Section
has since enjoyed sell-out runs at the Soho Theatre, Union Chapel and Lyric Theatre in the West End. The Horne Section
has also played at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival in Kilkenny and the Cheltenham Jazz Festival. In the spring, Alex and the band recorded a pilot for BBC Radio 4. The show returned to Edinburgh this summer, playing another sold-out run in the coveted late-night slot at the World Famous Spiegeltent.
Expect more big names, more big noises and more big fun.www.thehornesection.comwww.youtube.com/thehornesectionshow
Every Saturday night at 10.30 pm
***THE SHOW ENDS IN TIME FOR THE LAST TUBE HOME.***
October 8th – November 26th 2011Saturday 5th November. Featuring special guests PHIL NICHOL and ANDREW MAXWELL.
Saturday 12th November. Featuring special guests DAVID O'DOHERTY, ALUN COCHRANE, PAUL FOOT and MARAWA THE AMAZING
Saturday 19th November. Featuring special guests DOC BROWN, LE GATEAU CHOCOLAT and TIM KEY.
Saturday 26th November Featuring special guests TOM BASDEN and THE MAGNETS.
"Fresh, original, blissfully funny; a whole lot of fun. Highly recommended." ✭✭✭✭✭ TIME OUT
"There's a lot of musical comedy going around, but no other act even comes close to the hilarity and talent of The Horne Section" ✭✭✭✭✭ - HERALD SUN (Aus)
“An absolute blast” - ✭✭✭✭ METRO
“You’d be hard pushed to find a more enjoyable night out” CHORTLE