We are pleased to announce the acts for our upcoming Comedy Night on Friday 21st April!! BOOK YOUR TICKETS TODAY

Archie Kelly
‘Inspired storytelling and wickedly witty asides mixed with fantastic vocal mimicry’ – bbc.co.uk

Star of 16 sold-out nights at Manchester Arena with the Phoenix Nights Comic Relief shows, Archie, aka ‘Kenny Senior’ is ‘stand-up of the very highest order’ (City Life). He has further TV credits including ‘Max & Paddy’s Road To Nowhere’, ‘Coronation Street’, ‘Shameless’, ‘Emmerdale’, ‘Car Share’ and ‘The Street’. He is an effortless master of bone dry anecdotes laced with a pinch of well-aimed vitriol and served with a garnish of razor-sharp song parodies. Tawdry cookery analogies aside Mr Kelly is a dynamite comedic entity who will ensure belly laughs a-plenty and is a headline performer throughout Britain and beyond.

Steve Day
‘Revelatory and very funny’ – The Guardian

‘Warm, funny, frank and thought-provoking’ – The Scotsman
Steve Day describes himself as Britain’s only deaf comedian, if there are any others he hasn’t heard. With a self-effacing charm which endears him to audiences he has performed several critically acclaimed runs at the Edinburgh Festival. Chortle.co.uk gave him five stars for Deafy’s Island Discs, a show The Sunday Times called ‘Funny and Moving’. This show toured the UK, Steve’s third national tour and has been performed in several countries in Europe and translated into Italian. A familiar voice on Radio 4, Steve has appeared many times on You and Yours, was a token man on Woman’s Hour, has appeared in two radio dramas, All Fingers and Thumbs with Bill Nighy and Sound Barriers with Patricia Routledge and Caroline Quentin.

Dawn Rigby
‘Pin sharp anecdotes from a life juggling a career, kids, attending weekly slimming club meetings and the joys of involuntary flatulence…she’s a very funny lady’ – bbc.co.uk

Mark Grimshaw
‘He injects some witty asides and he can clearly be a creative writer…he’s a sure fire crowd-pleaser’ – Chortle. Beat The Frog World Series runner up.

Compere – Elliot J Huntley
‘It was most impressive how effortlessly he commanded the crowd courtesy of some cracking gags, superb comic songs and old school onstage poise’ – What’s On

With a fabulous array of highly inventive tall-tales and gently twisted punchlines regarding relationships, fatherhood and hanging around low quality nightclubs in the grim hope of an extra curricular dalliance, Elliot’s comedic terrain is constantly entertaining. With his self-confessed oily superficial goodwill he manages to charm even the most stoic of audiences with his playful patter and side-splitting songs performed on mandolin and laced with instantly memorable couplets.

 
 

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