Spalding's South Holland Centre welcomes back Funhouse Comedy Club
Returning once again for a night of amusing gags and laugh-out-loud comedy, Funhouse Comedy Club is at the South Holland Centre on Friday.
Opening the night of laughter will be Leeds-based music comedian Micky P Kerr who, after performing his ‘Bag for Life’ song, made his way into ITV’s ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ finals.
Last year, Kerr took his solo show, named ‘Lay -Z’, to the Edinburgh Fringe festival which soon received huge acclaim.
His style consists of a mixture of spoken word, classic comedy and music of various genres.
Next up is Romanian professional stand up comedian, Radu Isac. After transitioning into English speaking comedy, he has won numerous awards, one of which being Funhouse’s very own ‘Should I stay or Should I go? award.
Headlining the night will be Sean Percival, comedian, script writer and regular of large comedy clubs such as Jongleurs.
Described by What’s On Magazine as ‘not wacky, not surreal, just funny’, he has performed everywhere from Edinburgh Fringe Festival to Download and Sonisphere music festivals, drawing focus away from long stories and towards a more down to earth ‘upfront attitude’ with ‘gags galore’.
He is said to deliver a master-class in comedy, his style is described as having ‘no holds barred, no punches pulled, no subjects ducked!’
The host for the night will be Tony Cowards, described as ‘a rapidfire gag merchant with an arsenal full of one-liners’. He has a number of accomplishment such as being the winner of Swindon Fringe Festival’s ‘Best Stand Up Award’ and coming third in the ‘English Comedian of the Year’ competition.
Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8.30pm start. 18+ only. Advance tickets are £10.50 and tickets on the door are £13, available from www.southhollandcentre.co.uk or 01775 764777.