Sunday 11th February

Sean Meo, Kiri Pritchard-Mclean, Will Duggan, MC Stephen Bailey

Starts 8.30pm Doors 8.15pm £8.50 with advance tickets advised.

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Strong language and adult themes. Acts subject to change. Any questions? Ring Rob on 07874 152 338

sean meo hebden   Despite looking like he’s just stepped out of a Kays catalogue, Sean Meo has actually been a professional stand-up since 1989. Before that, likehis namesake Tony, he was a full time snooker     player and was a   quarter finalist in the English Championships of 1987. Since then, he has risen to the very top of the UK comedy scene and is much in demands as both a stand-up and a writer.  Sean was awarded the title Comic of The Year by Time Out Magazine. He has performed all over the world, The 2002 Singapore Comedy Festival. Previous festivals include The Melbourne Comedy Festival, The New Zealand Comedy Festival, Kilkenny, Edinburgh, Manchester and the Montreal Comedy Festival. He has worked extensively in the US including Cobbs, San Francisco, Caroline’s, New York and the Riviera in Las Vegas.

       “He can turn out intelligent material with a speed that many other comics can only gasp at”  Time Out

Kiri Pritchard-Mclean was born in Gloucester but raised on a farm in Anglesey, Wales. Kiri’s TV appearances include Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central and ITV’s Elevenish with numerous appearances on BBC Kiri-Pritchard-McLean Hebden ComedyRadio 4’s The Now Show, Newsquiz and Ellis James’ State Of the Nation. Kiri took her debut hour show Hysterical Woman to the Edinburgh Fringe show in 2016 and it transferred to London’s to Soho Theatre the following year. When not writing and performing stand up Kiri is a writer and director for acclaimed sketch group for sketch group Gein’s Family Giftshop and hosts popular podcast All Killa No Filla with fellow comic Rachel Fairburn.

  “An increasingly impressive comic, making powerhouse stand up from the thorniest of subjects” The Guardian


stephen bailey comedianAlthough best known to Channel 5 viewers for presenting Big Brother’s Bit On The Side, Stephen Bailey is fast making a name for himself as a stand up comic. This proudly working-class, ginger, gay, northerner employs a warm, chatty style that cloaks a sharp, barbed wit but pulled off with an amiable charm so genuine that no one feels they are the butt of the joke.

Despite being quite new to all this stand up malarkey 2016 saw Stephen support Canada’s Katherine Ryan on her national tour. The last year or so have seen Stephen has also appeared on Safeword (ITV2), Eamonn Holmes’ It’s Not Me, It’s You (C5) and countless other TV shows. Other career highlights have included hosting Stonewall’s 25th Anniversary Party and a nomination for the Amused Moose Comedy Award (Best Show) at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe

★★★★ – Sunday Express ★★★★ – The Herald ★★★★ – ScotsGay

“A great addition to the comedy scene.’ Sunday Express    ‘Fantastic natural wit and charisma’ Edinburgh Festivals

The show comes complete with Will Duggan as the middle spot.

Show starts 8.30pm with the doors opening at 8.15pm Admission is £8.50 with advance tickets advised. These are available online and from behind the bar. We are unable to reserve tickets unless they have been paid for.

IMPORTANT! Very strong language and material some may deem offensive. Strictly over 18′s. All acts subject to change. Fully seated. Further info on 07874 152 338