Catch-22 favourite Danny Mcloughlin is heading up hosting duties tonight.
His innate comic timing and confident stage presence combined with a finely tuned ability to react and think on his feet make for a winning comic recipe.
This combination means Danny is widely regarded as one of the best MCs on the circuit and a regular compere for the coveted Edinburgh Comedy Award Galas.
Dan Nightingale is one of the biggest names on the circuit.
Brilliant powers of observation, impeccable timing and superb material – he’s got it all.
‘Nightingale can make just about anything funny. He’s lightning-quick’ – Time Out
‘A superb compilation of brilliantly crafted stories’ – Broadway Baby
2018 Britain’s Got Talent finalist, Leeds-based primary school teacher turned comedian and social commentator, Micky P Kerr, is a breath of fresh air on the live comedy circuit.
Fusing together music, spoken word and comedy, with his tongue often planted firmly in his cheek, Kerr has been described as the b*stard spawn of John Cooper Clarke.
“Kerr’s ability to get laughs out of them marks him out as perfect Radio 4 material” – Three Weeks Edinburgh
Since re-discovering her childhood miniature novelty Yamaha Portasound PSS-149 keyboard in her parent’s attic in late 2018, lovingly scraping battery acid out of its every orifice, and attaching a trademarked Keyboard Stability System (strap), Catherine Burgis has taken it upon herself to visit as many comedy nights in and beyond her home town of Manchester as possible accompanied by this versatile and (crucially) lightweight instrument.
Not one to shy away from the big issues, Catherine’s songs range from a thought provoking ballad on the perils of multi-format printing to musical advice on how to achieve domestic bliss in small, confined spaces.
Expect a sonic whirlwind of synthesised anxiety dreams.
Fri 29 Nov
£12 / Tables £14 + £0.10 booking fee