As always our fantastic compere is Paul Grace. Dry humour with plenty of audience participation and banter!
Our headliner is Freddie Farrell 'Hugely entertaining, raw comedy with no reservations' Ed FringeReview 'Charming funny man, one to watch for sure!' Joe Lycett (Live At The Apollo) 'Consistently funny with his stage craft and original material, a joy to watch and difficult act to follow' Dane Baptiste (Live At The Apollo) 'Killer instinct for the funny' Dan Nightingale (John Bishops Only Joking Show) 'A natural, genuinely funny' Josephine Enright (ITVs The Job Lot)
Patrick Draper English Comedian of The Year finalist. “This man knows how to mine the dark corners of life for Comedy Value, A gem of a show” Fringe Review.
Next up Dom Hatton-Woods Tik Tok favourite Dom Hatton-Woods is a hit both online and in person with his slightly confused, slightly arrogant persona. Dom has done tour support for Jamali Maddix, Daliso Chaponda as well as playing some of the most prestigious comedy clubs. 'one of the fastest rising young stars on the circuit' Funhouse Comedy
Rob Coleman A very versatile act. conversational gag merchant, and as such my set is a mix of beautifully written gags and truish stories, together with some audience banter. also a very experienced MC Biographies opening, middle and headline work for a wide variety of provincial clubs. MCing for weekend clubs - The Comedy Lounge, Growling Clown. Also MCing for - Agraman, Hilarity Bites, Laughing Penguin, Wine Gums, Ship of Fools and others, including several of my own nights. Resident MC at Stamford Arts Centre 20s for: Agraman, Hilarity Bites, Who Dares Grins, Flock Comedy, Ship of Fools, NABD Biker Rallies, Mirth Control and dozens of others. Press/quotes for MCing "A masterclass of audience work .... a joy to behold." Rock Central Promotions Press/quotes for sets "Very strong and extremely funny ...a naturally funny man." Bedfordshire News "Presence a plenty and material to match" - One 4 Review "Coleman had a great night … visually arresting ... big laughs" Notts Comedy Review