Sunday 27th May
Stephen Bailey, Paul Pirie, James Allen, MC Mick Ferry
£10 Doors 7.30pm Show 8pm Strong language and adult themes. Acts subject to change. Fully seated. Any questions? Ring Rob on 07874 152 338
You’ll no doubt recognise Stephen Bailey as the resident ‘agony uncle’ from ITV’s Zoe Ball On Sunday. No stranger to the telly, Stephen has had a stint on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side as well as various other shows. This proud, ginger, gay, Northerner’s infectious, sassy yet affable style has quickly endeared him to comedy audiences up and down the country and his recent tour show ‘Can’t Think Straight’ sold out Salford’s Lowry Theatre.
★★★★★ One4Review ★★★★★ Fringe Guru ★★★★★ Voice Magazine ★★★★ Sunday Express ★★★★ The Herald ★★★★ The New Current ★★★★ The Gay UK ★★★★ To Do List ★★★★ ScotsGay
Paul Pirie‘s hilarity and comedic ability has earned him huge popularity with comedy goers across the world, gigging as far abroad as Australia. Paul’s work is superbly individual and put simply, delivers a refreshing burst of laugh out loud comedy that leaves audiences in raptures.
“A most impressive physical comedian…” Chortle
“Hilarious rubber faced clown” The Scotsman
Mick Ferry is as comfortable bantering with a crowd as he is at delivering first-class material. A regular at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester, he has performed at every club worth doing in the UK as well as working extensively internationally. Mick also regularly writes for many of TV’s biggest names. Mick was the first ever comedian to be named Best Live Stand in the 2013 UK Comedy Awards.
“See him or regret it” John Bishop “As good as it gets” Metro
Important. Strong language and adult themes. Acts subject to change. Fully seated. We want all our customers to have a great night so we respectfully remind you to turn off your mobile and refrain from talking whilst the show is in progress. As comedians material is copyright any form of video or audio recording is strictly forbidden.