Fab February Fun
We have an amazing funhouse comedy show lined up for February!
Headlining will be the returning double Sony Award Winner and Mock the Week Regular, Gary Delaney. Gary is the king of the one-liner! He loves each and every gag and you can’t help but be carried away by his infectious charm. He’s like a cheeky schoolboy who can barely hide his glee with each and every punch line.
Gary’s the only comic ever to have got two gags in the same top 10 for Dave’s TV Funniest Jokes from the Edinburgh Fringe. He’s is currently touring, his last tour was extended four times and took in over 200 venues, he’s the premier gag smith of his generation and through twitter he’s become one of the most followed and quoted comedians in the country.
Opening up will be Justin Moorhouse. Justin is an accomplished Comedian, actor and Radio presenter from Manchester. He appeared in Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights, Looking for Eric and Guess The Attendance. Moorhouse has also appeared as a guest the Dave TV series “As yet untitled” with Alan Davies. He is a semi regular guest on Radio 5 Live’s Fighting Talk show hosted by Colin Murray.
Also appearing will be rising star Andrew Ryan. Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a natural stand up. He performed his debut hour show ‘Ryanopoly’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012, receiving rave reviews (‘Illuminating debut ★★★★’ – The Metro). In 2015 he was at the Edinburgh Festival with his latest show ‘Perfectly Inadequate’. Selling out his run at the Festival and having to put on extra shows.‘Hard not to enjoy’ ★★★★ Daily Record. He returned again to Edinburgh in 2016 with he new show ‘Ruined’.(‘An hour of hilarious comedy’ ★★★★- Edfestmag).
In 2017 he brought his show ‘Did you get here alright?’ to Edinburgh and is now taking it across the Uk on tour (Rapturously Funny ★★★★- The List)
Andrew has appeared on many TV shows in the UK & Ireland He has performed stand-up on BBC3’s Russell Howard’s Good News, Best of the Edinburgh Festival Live on BBC3, Live at The Comedy Store for Comedy Central, Live for MIND on Comedy Central, The Six O Clock show on TV3. Contributions to Golf’s Funniest Moments, When Chat shows go wrong all for Sky 1.
Compere and host for the evening will be, as usual, Scott Bennett. Not sure there is anything left to say about Scott that hasn’t already been said!
Tickets are £10 in advance
Last orders for food 7.15pm