Craig Murray - An instant crowd pleaser with a charismatic, mock-confrontational style, Craig is now a highly sought-after act and compere, performing all over the UK at the nation's leading comedy clubs, as well as overseas “Bloody funny” Jo Brand
Freddy Quinne - "uniquely northern observational humour" (Lancashire Evening Post)
Scott Bennett - Scott has rapidly established himself as one of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit. Likeable, with a warm and engaging delivery, he is a Yorkshire live wire with an undeniable no nonsense logic
Pete Otway - Lovely and charming man. Cosy and warm like a dwindling camp fire on late summers eve.'Devastatingly funny.' Chortle
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A top comedian and currently recognisable to many as the face (and voice) of Plusnet Broadband.
“Bloody funny” Jo Brand
“…a great line in Northern humour” – Spoonfed.co.uk
“uniquely Northern observational humour” Lancashire Evening Post
“uncompromising... a natural comic with near perfect timing” The Skinny
“Every sentence got a laugh...his effortlessly funny anecdotes and improvised jokes were undeniably the high point of the evening” Leeds Laughs
★★★★ “Immediately and accessibly funny stuff, put across very engagingly” - TV Bomb
“Observational comedy with everyman appeal, stretches every premise to find the laughs; pleasingly executed tales” - Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Clearly has a big future, flashes of Peter Kay, Jason Manford and John Bishop” - Bruce Dessau
PETE OTWAY (Compere)
"Devastatingly funny." Steve Bennet, Chortle
"Very, very funny." Steve Wright
➡️ Belgrave Rooms
➡️ (Next to the Rescue Rooms)
➡️ 25 Goldsmith St
➡️ NG1 5LB
Doors open: 6:45pm, Show: 8:00pm
FINDING THE VENUE
If you are wondering where it is, go to entry to Rescue Rooms on Goldsmith Street then follow the tram line down a few yards and it's on the left handside. Bet you always wondered what was in there!
“Consistently boasting the most interesting line ups in the country”