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The Centre’s comedy programme continues to go from strength to strength with our regular Funhouse Comedy Club attracting return audiences.
Whilst most solo tour gigs take place in the main auditorium, Comedy Club nights are held in the buzzing atmosphere of our top floor function hall – with the bar open before the first act and during intervals.
The next laughter-packed Comedy Club night is coming up on Friday, January 30.
The appealing and gripping Eddy Brimson headlines.
Known as a “geezer”, he is one of the most fascinating comedians on the circuit. Having made many TV appearances, including Eastenders, Absolutely Fabulous, The Thin Blue Line and Casualty, he has also featured in TV adverts such as Snickers and Bacardi Breezer. Travelling all over the world as a stand-up, he once even did a gig naked!
Supporting will be the bizarre and bold David Trent with his distinctive visual displays.
He crafts a unique style of comedy which fascinates his audiences and leaves them questioning the meaning of it all.
Completing the line-up is Anthony King with his droll, deadpan humour and sharp one-liners.
He was thrown out of the Catholic church for confessing in too much detail and decided to turn to comedy.
His mix of stand-up, dark, dry, silly and disturbing songs are both amusing and intriguing.
Should be a great evening… but if you can’t make it, don’t forget the maestro of feel-good comedy, Stephen K Amos, will be on the main stage on Thursday, February 26 with his brand-new national touring show ‘Welcome to My World’.
And tickets are almost sold out for Lee Nelson’s ‘Suited and Booted’ stand-up gig on Tuesday, May 5. Hurry if you fancy a chuckle!