Saturday 16th JANUARY


Start the new year with the all-time favourite act of LAUGHING COYOTE

DANNY BUCKLER, LOU SANDERS and GEORGE RIGDEN come to Back Door @ The Secombe

for a night of laughter, song and merry-making to kick out the January blues.

The all-time favourite act of promoters LAUGHING COYOTE there would be noone else to close the first show of 2016.
DANNY BUCKLER is a comedian, racoonteur, improviser, story teller and occasional magician as well. But tonight will be all about the LOLs.


A hopeless romantic with a love of the theatrical his tales of uncharacteristic derring-do, brushes with stardom and journeys of hapless love can go on forever.

“A Hancockian treasure” Russell Brand

“A really lovable show from a really lovable guy” The Skinny****

 “Buckler has a light touch and a disarming delivery which combine to weave the strands together naturally”

Steve Bennett, Chortle

LOU SANDERS’s shows are a genderless riot from a little old force to be reckoned with.

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



Rounding off the line-up is rising star George Rigden. Bristol-based musical comic George has been making an impact on the UK comedy scene since debuting in 2013. A sardonic wit and knowing act always willing to highlight his own shortcomings to hilarious effect.


"George Rigden has to be one of our favourite new comedians. Musical (not in a naff way), personable and cheeky. We won’t hesitate to book him at every available opportunity." 

Mark Makin, co-director, Cheltenham & Leamington Spa Comedy Festivals

"Managed to combine the bombast of Mitch Benn with the creepiness of Earl Okin" Julia Chamberlain, Chortle 

"Certainly a name to watch out for in the future." Bristol Culture

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