close
Categories:
Reginald D Hunter

Reginald D Hunter

Reginald D Hunter is a UK-based American stand-up comedian whose "Pride & Prejudice...& N*ggas" show caused mild controversy.

His TV appearances have been numerous, including "Have I Got News For You" and "8 Out Of 10 Cats".

He was nominated for the Perrier Award at the 2002, 2003 and 2004 Edinburgh Festivals.

In 2015, Reginald presented the BBC 2 show, "Songs of the South".

Tours include: "Sometimes Even the Devil Tells the Truth", "In the Midst of Crackers", "The Man Who Attempted to Do as Much as Such", "Some People v Reginald D. Hunter" and "Facing The Beast".

More ...
The Wardrobe
Leeds
CLF Art Cafe/ Bussey Building
Peckham
The Lake View MK
Milton Keynes
Woodlands Farm
Leeds
The Charles Bradlaugh
Northampton
Roisin Dubh
Galway
Liberty Hall Theatre
Dublin
New Theatre Royal
Portsmouth
Everyman Theatre
Cheltenham
Alban Arena
St. Albans
Theatre Severn/ Walker Theatre
Shrewsbury
The Y Theatre
Leicester
The Cambridge Junction
Cambridge
Hazlitt Theatre
Maidstone
The Glee Club
Cardiff
Redgrave Theatre
Clifton
Savoy Theatre
Monmouth
The Stables - Wavendon
Milton Keynes
Theatre Royal
Winchester
The Pavilion Theatre
Worthing
Komedia
Bath
Tivoli Theatre
Wimborne
Exeter Corn Exchange (St George's Hall)
Exeter
The Lawrence Batley Theatre
Huddersfield
City Varieties Music Hall
Leeds
Arc
Stockton-on-Tees
Mechanics Theatre
Burnley
The Lowry
Salford
Newbury Corn Exchange
Newbury
Dorking Halls
Dorking
The Swan Theatre / High Wycombe Town Hall
High Wycombe
Leadmill
Sheffield
King George's Hall
Blackburn
Grand Theatre
Lancaster
Gala Theatre
Durham
The Stand Comedy Club
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham
Nottingham Playhouse
Nottingham
Lincoln School of Performing Arts
Lincoln
The Wyvern Theatre
Swindon
Churchill Theatre
Bromley
Theatre Royal
Winchester
Harrogate Theatre
Harrogate
The Castle
Wellingborough
Theatre Royal
Margate
Stratford Arts House and Playhouse
Stratford-upon-Avon
Palace Theatre
Southend
The Tivoli Theatre
Aberdeen
The Ironworks
Inverness
Whitehall Theatre
Dundee