Come and have fun in the company of some of the finest, and funniest, stand-up comedians from the UK comedy circuit. This month featuring the talents of Louise Leigh, Peter Brush and back by popular demand one of all-time favourite MC’s Tony Cowards!
Award-nominated comedian, Louise Leigh wanted to be comedian when she was sixteen, but it took her until her forties to get round to it. Now, she brings daftness, deftness and some brilliant physical comedy to a stage near you. You’ll never think the same way again about shaving your legs.
“Like the kind of Radio 2 DJ who’d be caught in the gossip columns… Brilliant.” The Wee Review (★★★★)
“Louise’s crazy hair-brained way of looking at life is uplifting and positive.” Funny Women (★★★★)
“Imaginative, brilliant” The Scotsman
Peter Brush is a highly distinctive performer and deft writer of finely crafted jokes, Peter Brush unassumingly takes the stage with his slight bespectacled frame and scruffy hair, before consummately conquering it with an arsenal of razor sharp quirky one-liners and peerlessly original routines, all delivered in an amusingly awkward fashion.
Formerly a BBC New Comedy Award finalist, and winner of Harrogate Comedian of the Year, Peter performs at clubs all over the UK and occasionally abroad. He has also written for BBC Radio 4’s ‘The News Quiz’, ‘The Show What You Wrote’ and ‘Newsjack’ and was the tour support for Alexei Sayle’s 2020 show, other acts he has supported on tour include Jonathan Pie, Jason Manford, Arthur Smith and Paul Sinha.
★★★★½ ”Compellingly hilarious.. first-class gag writing… an original and achingly funny voice” Chortle
”I love Peter Brush, what a comic” Jason Manford
Tony Cowards is a rapidfire gag merchant with an arsenal full of one-liners, for laughs-per-minute he’s a tough act to beat!
His quick wit has made him a sought-after act and compere by comedy clubs and promoters across the UK and even for gigs worldwide. Something of a Twitter sensation, Tony’s jokes turn up in all sorts of places, from greetings cards to The Times newspaper, even if you’ve never heard of him there’s a good chance that you’ll have laughed at one of his gags.
Suitable for age 18 years plus and please note that line ups may be subject to change