BEC HILL was out of order both times she tried to organise a show in Bradford this year.

Covid-19 caused the planned show at the Alhambra Studio to be postponed first from 25 then from November 14 this year.

The Australian comedian, born in Adelaide but now based in the UK, is finally set to appear on March 10 next year with her show Out Of Order.

Bec incorporates arts and crafts into her stand-up routines in something she calls paper-puppetry, which be likened to pop-up books or the Japanese storytelling technique of Kamishibai.

In 2016, she was a co-host of Sky's DC Fancast with Des Taylor and Rick Edwards.

She has also appeared on several series of CBBC's panel show The Dog Ate My Homework, and starred in the 2014 Sundance UK Grand Jury Prize-winning short film Russian Roulette, directed by Ben Aston.

Bec's one-liners have featured in best-joke lists for media outlets such as the Telegraph,, Dave, The Guardian, The Independent and Buzzfeed. She has also appeared in a worst-joke list.

Bec has also written for The Amazing World of Gumball, Bluestone 42 and The Now Show. Her short animation directorial debut, Scoring Pointes, aired on Disney XD in 2016.

She hosts multiple podcasts including A Problem Squared with Matt Parker, The DesignSpark Podcast, and Con Sessions.

Visit or call 01274 432000 to book tickets.