Brendon Burns, Tom Houghton, Zahra Barri, MC Paul Pirie
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
Perrier Award winner Brendon Burns is an Australian comedian who’s television career began alongside Sacha Baron Cohen and Ricky Gervais on The 11 O’Clock Show. Now older, wiser and calmer, Burn’s energy is still enticing. Coarse yet oddly eloquent, he remains fully accessible and intensely lovable. Never pompous and ever self-deprecating, he just somehow seems to get away with murder, and his influence is ubiquitous throughout the stand-up world.
“The single most jaw-dropping, awkward, yet ultimately rewarding bit of stand up we have ever seen” ★★★★★★ (An unprecedented six stars) Time Out
“I think it’s got the stage now where we can officially call Brendon Burns a legend” Evening Standard
Former member of improv comedy group The Noise Next Door, Tom Houghton is a natural comic talent. He is also a fully paid up member of the British upper class. His father ran the entire UK armed forces and he currently lives in The Tower of London! Funny and charming, with roguish tales and hilarious songs, Tom Houghton is star on the rise.
“Clever, passionate and soulful” ★★★★★ New European “The long awaited male answer to Bridget Jones” ★★★★ Daily Telegraph “A crafty idiot” ★★★★ Mail
Talk Radio regular Zahra Barri is half Irish and half Egyptian making her uniquely placed to offer an Eastern and Kanye Western perspective on all of life’s big questions.
Compering for the evening comes courtesy of Dundee’s Paul Pirie. Packed full of energy he delivers refreshing bursts of laugh out loud that leaves audiences in raptures and you’re rarely more than a line away from a great pun, insight or carefully honed punch line. Its been observed that he channels the late Robin Williams at his most excitable; Pirie is hilarious!
“Hilarious rubber faced clown” The Scotsman
“Spewing out one-liners like he had just scoffed a dodgy prawn” Daily Record
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