Johnny Vegas - Possibly the best stand up in the country
Good Kids - "A really fab little sketch act." Joe Lycett
Kelly Convey - "in-your face and reassuringly confident" (Chortle)
Huge Davies - "Jet black, funny and unsettling" Chortle
We are presently bookitn the rest of the line up for this show. But never fear... it'll be great
Known for his angry rants, surrealism, high husky voice and support of St Helens rugby league club, Johnny is a multi- award-winning actor, director, producer and entertainer.
He has spent some time away from clubs pursuing his love of acting, directing and writing, with credits including directing two dramas for BBC1’s Moving On series and the video for Billy Bragg’s Handyman Blues single. He also produced and directed Sky One drama Ragged, written by Andrew Lynch starring Ricky Tomlinson and Stephen Walters. Recent TV credits include Still Open All Hours, Murder On, Home From Home, Benidorm, Moone Boy - the BBC’s Mr Stink. He has done numerous appearances on QI, Cats Does Countdown, The Last Leg and Celebrity Juice. Also appeared in the recent British Films Eaten By Lions and Tales From The Lodge.
Consistently boasting the most interesting line ups in the country - THE TIMES
Saturday night comedy doesn’t get any better than this, Just the Tonic book you some of the best stand-up comedy on the high street.
We bring you 3 acts and a compere every Saturday, including some of the best up & coming comperes and headliners from the UK & abroad. Grab a bite to eat and drink from the bar, sit back and relax, you will be entertained throughout the evening from start to finish. Once the comedy has ended your ticket then gets you into the after show party at the venue. You can pre-order all your food and drink with us before arriving via our box office or at the time of making your booking online, it's really easy to make sure your night is sorted before you even arrive at the door!
“Consistently boasting the most interesting line ups in the country”The Times
Booking fees are typically calculated on single standard ticket price, i.e. Tickets cost up to £5 then booking fee = 50p per ticket, £5 upwards = £1 per ticket. This will be added to your total before you confirm payment.