Our first comedy night will run on the 16th November at Volac Park (Doors open 19.30, show starts at 20.30)
Tickets are available in the shop both Saturday and Sunday or you can contact John Creighton (email@example.com) to reserve tickets.
Cost in advance is £10 or on the door £15 - a great deal when you see the acts below!
MC - Ray Davis
"made of sterner stuff" - Comedy review magazine
"really, really funny" - Adam Ethan Crow - producer, director Ditto Films
"Witty and cutting" - Kentish Times
Special guest - Mo Omar
Somali-born, Cardiff-raised and London Based, Mo Omar is a fast-rising talent with a unique perspective.
Winner of the Leicester Square New Comedian Of the Year 2017 competition and semi-finalist in the So You Think You’re Funny and Amused Moose 2017 competitions.
He has created short-form videos for the new BBC Wales platform BBC Sesh.
Mo was selected to perform in The Pleasance Comedy Reserve show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year, and he was a finalist in the BBC Introducing Radio 4 Comedy Award.
"Scarily Talented" - Paul Smith
Hot Water Comedy New Comedian of the Year 2016 - Runner-up
Liverpool Echo Stand-up Comedian of the Year 2016 - Finalist
Having debuted her solo show "God's Boss" at the Edinburgh fringe in 2018 and taken on the savages as a regular in Scot Roast 2019, Shell Byron has a unique and often absurd perspective on the everyday and the mundane. She is trying to trick you into agreeing with her messed up beliefs, by making you laugh.
"Could watch Kahn forever" - Comedy Crypt
"Smart, self deprecating and charming" - The Comedy Box
"Has audiences gripped all the way through" - Hooma Comedy Club
"Grabs the audience from the get-go" - Suffolk Punch Comedy Club
"Guarantees a great night" - Fiendishly Funny Few
"Captivating delivery" - Notts Comedy Review
Headliner - Mon T. Burns
"Striking, strident comedy packed with emotion and pathos to make you laugh and make you think" - BBC
"Really enjoyed his set, very funny" - Johnny Vegas
"He may not own the nuclear powerplant in Springfield but he is hilariously funny" - STV