A picture of comedian Sam Avery, holding a chainsaw

About

How Not To Be a Terrible Parent* is the hilarious new stand-up show from award-winning comedian and best-selling author Sam Avery.

You’re a good parent, right?

You love your kids. They’re everything to you.

You make them eat vegetables and avoid petty crime. You read bedtime stories and don’t let them play with chainsaws.

So why the nagging feeling that you could do better?

In a world filled with bad advice, empty mantras and online ‘experts’, how do we celebrate the small victories of parenthood and stop ourselves from feeling truly terrible?

This is a show for anyone who’s ever:

Stolen chocolate from a minor

Wished their kid had a mute button

Treated a trip to the toilet as a mini spa weekend

*Tena Lady not included

Recommended age 16+.

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Sam Avery: How Not To Be a Terrible Parent

Type:Comedy

Studio Theatre, Morley Street, BD1 7AJ
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Tel01274 432000

Opening Times

Season (17 Nov 2023)
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Friday20:00

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Microphone view from the stage at The Studio, Bradford.The Studio, BradfordThe Studio is a small theatre  adjacent to the Alhambra Theatre main house.  The Studio hosts stand up comedy shows by comedians such as Tom Stade, Paul Foot, Suzi Ruffell and Patrick Monahan.

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