This is the 2nd last ever Thursday Night Comedy Night FFS don’t miss out
Did you miss the last COMEDY NIGHT .. Where were you?? Well, Never fear comedy lovers we are spreading the laughter for ONLY 2 more Thursdays, sad yet exciting times, we move to Saturday/Friday nights from December onwards, so join us in saying a joyous yet emotional farewell to Thursday night comedy on a permanent basis,WE DO HAVE A VERY SPECIAL THURSDAY NIGHT SHOW IN FEBRUARY TO SAY GOODBYE…just sayin……. After a busy week at work you can sit back and enjoy A DISCOUNTED BITE TO EAT IN OUR RESTAURANT(20% off food) and an evening of entertainment, with the finest comedians taking the stage to give you a great night of belly aching laughs !!
Go on.. Check out the bill and get booking amongst others we have the internationally renowned Micky Bartlett to headline, if you've not already got your tickets then just click the online shortcut (discounted price too) so you do not miss out … Every ticket bought gets you 20% off food at The Venue on the day of the show.
THE LINE UP
Micky Bartlett– Headline
Micky's hit 30 and he's unapologetically taking on the big issues: racism, sexism, his doctor telling him to avoid dairy. Don't miss Northern Ireland's favourite stand-up from BBC's Bad Language, Monumental and Radio 4's State of the Nations with his funniest hour yet. Or so he hopes... bloody typical! 'Consistently funny... In years to come, people will be talking about the first time they saw Micky Bartlett' (Adam Hills). 'A stand-up natural with great command of the audience and engaging everyman... A masterful way of delivering with punch and style... for a devastating pay-off. Impressive!' (Chortle.co.uk).
Jamie Dalgleish – Compère
Since Jamie's girlfriend put him forward for his first gig at The Stand Comedy Club in 2010, this East End of Glasgow native has hit the ground running. With a down to earth style and sharp comedic insight, he has notched up hundreds of gigs throughout the UK and was crowned Scottish Comedian of the Year in 2011. As much of a crowd favourite in comedy clubs abroad, as he is on home turf, Jamie has staged four sell out solo shows at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, and has several BBC Radio Scotland appearances under his belt.
Graham Barrie - Support
There is a resurgence of comedic fever going around and one such comedian, Graham Barrie, is one bitten funny comic who is unlikely to find or want a cure for it. He’s been fanged by the spotlight adrenalin and there’s no way back. It’s now in his bloodstream and the only way out is by releasing it through his pours pumped by excited creative veins. But it is likely to be drip-fed back in again.
You see, Graham is one of the country’s best rising comedy stars who has a family bloodline love for comedy. He attributes his father’s passion for live comedy for sparking his own spring onto the lonely and uncompromising place comedians sometimes refer to as ‘the stage’.
But when the spotlight dims and the audience applaud his exit from his set, Graham’s work is incomplete.
He is busy hosting and running nights and events that help to oil the conveyor belt of comedy talent.
Liam Withnail –Support
Liam is an English professional full time comedian, rapper and all round baller based in Edinburgh. He has been entertaining the audiences of Scotland and beyond for upwards of 6 yrs … Hilarious storytelling, acute observations and unbelievable anecdotes.
‘Fantastic’ (Scotsman), ‘Slick, fast paced banter’ (Skinny), Fringe shows you need to see (WOW247.co.uk).