Sunday 14th May

First time here for Alistair Barrie, a welcome return for Rob Rouse, introducing Stephanie Laing and Martin Mor comperes. Starts 8.30pm with doors opening at 8.15pm £8.50 with advance tickets advised. Strong language and adult themes. Acts subject to change. Any questions? 07874 152 338

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Alistair Barrie Hebden   A core member of The Cutting Edge team at London’s Comedy Store, Alistair Barrie has made numerous  radio,  television, corporate and festival appearances across the globe.

   No More Stage Three, which told the tale of his wife’s breast cancer, was invited to the 2016 Perth Festival in  Australia before a European tour and dates at London’s prestigious Soho Theatre. Alongside former Perrier    nominee Nick Revell, Alistair co-produced, wrote and performed in ‘No Pressure to be Funny,’ a monthly  topical  show and podcast, described by The Daily Telegraph as ‘the fringe’s answer to Question Time‘ and by  The    Observer as one of the top ten podcasts of 2015.

    “As sharp as a guillotine blade”Cape Town Argus      ‘Excellent’ The Independent

Former geography teacher Rob Rouse has been a mainstay of the circuit since winning the prestigious ‘So You Think You’re Funny?’ competition Rob Rouse Hebdenin 1998. A natural performer, Rob has many voices in his head and, when unleashed, his shows become more like a hysterically funny play than one man telling very funny tales.

TV includes 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Spoons, The Friday Night Project, Grown-Ups, Dave’s One Night Stand and Comedy Shuffle with Rob Rouse.

2016 saw Rob star as William Shakespeare’s manservant Bottom in Ben Elton’s keenly anticipated sitcom Upstart Crow alongside David Mitchell and Gemma Whelan and is currently filming the second series.

Rob is also proud to be one half of the driving force behind Rob & Helen’s Date Night Podcast which you can listen to here.

“He’s a man with genuinely funny bones.” Sunday Times “Go and see him now, I tell you, now!” The List

Stephanie Laing and Martin Mor complete the line up

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

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