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Previous Show - 11th February 2014

 

Wonderful night of comedy.


Phil Nichol

Absolutely brilliant. I have seen Phil Nichol loads of times over the years and this was by far his best performance. He did 40 minutes – including an encore – and the audience were laughing throughout his set. Total genius


Ric Wharton

Really good. A new comer to the comedy circuit, yet has the confidence and presence of a more experienced comic


Terry Vinegar

Terry has just appeared on the circuit and is doing a skit as Hugh Jackman/Wolverine impersonator. He tells his tale of woe of knowing Hugh Jackman and nearly getting the Wolverine part himself.
 

Gavin Sorohan

Excellent. Strong material throughout his 10 minutes about life in Ireland in the 1980s, where everyone was knitting and wearing balaclavas.


Nena Edwards

Now she is interesting and the audience really enjoyed her material. Her material is based around her life on a hard Council estate – the middle section about the bizarre sexual feats her past boyfriends wanted her to do was laugh out loud. I really do think she is going places


Compere -
Danny Hurst
I’m going to use a description which I have never used to describe another comedian – lovely. Yes, there is something quite gentle and welcoming about Danny’s material, that it leaves you with a warm feeling. Did alot of good quality gags, chatted to the audience, ended up in a few comedy cul-de-sacs with the audience, which he skilfully reversed out of. All round lovely comedian.