ANDREW BIRD, LOU SANDERS, JASON PATTERSON
Our 19th September show is another mix of the
frenetic, the thoughtful and the very funny.
Closing the show will be the impressive ANDREW BIRD.
Andrew was with us in February and his sharp jokes and lovable personality ensured a swift return.
Having recently supported LEE MACK and RHOD GILBERT on nationwide tours, Andrew is one of those rare comedians who makes friends with his audiences in an instant with his engaging mix of childhood stories and more recent anecdotes.
'Superb... the exciting rising star' Time Out
'A natural comedian' The Stage
'Beautifully observed and insightful... a very funny hour of fine stand-up' Chortle
'Effortlessly engaging and funny as hell' Rhod Gilbert
LOU SANDERS’s brought her new show ‘LOU SANDERS IN ANOTHER GREAT SHOW AGAIN’ to us in July - but now she will be doing more traditional club comedy to help kick the weekend off in style.
Sanders goes hard-pedal without too much fuss. Forty five plus jokes, six props, one hero and I dare say a bit of heartbreak (you) and a smattering of ground-break (her).
Sanders generally, absolutely, ultimately nails it. Sleaze: turned down. Clothed: fully. As seen on Stewart Lee’s Alternative Comedy Experience and Russell Howard’s Good News.
“Destined for hugeness” Time Out
“Crazy off-beat surrealism, something new is happening in comedy” Independent
“If you're not entertained by this you've got a problem” Fest
The night will be hosted by JASON PATTERSON
"Jason Patterson absolutely sounds the part. He’s got a rich, deep voice that oozes confidence, and a perfectly measured delivery that gives him instant authority" Chortle
"Brilliant observations backed by a perfectly measured delivery" Comedy Central Live
PLUS now with the fine LUKE BENSON
Luke is a Giant, a man & stand-up comedian/low-level sportscaster.
Two-time comedian of the year nominee, the Geordie giant looks at the expectations of society, self-help, aggrandisement, how best to deal with the whole caper and whether he's managing at all.
"He looks the part. He's got the talent. It's easy to imagine him on the telly" Sunday Times