Thursday 7th December at The Cellar Bar at the Bear Hotel.
Doors open at 8pm / eight in the evening / 20:00 hours and only costs ten of your finest pounds.
Promises to be a great night and no dead racing drivers were involved in the promotion of this event
Tickets available here:- http://www.wegottickets.com/event/414073
M/C: JOHNNY EMMET.
Jonny is a comedian and actor,famously sharing the screen with Nicholas Cage for 17 seconds, this is before his bubble burst (Jonny's not Nic's)
Jonny is currently resident MC at 'Corkers' Comedy Club, Byfleet' 'Criminal Intent Comedy, West End and runs the bi- weekly 'Bunking Off @ The Old Schoolyard in Borough.
Jonny is originally from Birkenhead he left to do stuff like be a Soldier, Estate Agent (Yuk), Freelance Soldier, Bodyguard, Doorman, Social Worker, Actor and laterly..... an Anarchist.
OPENER: RYAN MC DONNELL
Belfast boy Ryan McDonnell is no stranger to laughs in his home town and is currently building up quite a reputation for himself on the UK comedy circuit.
Ryan interjects a sharp wit and Irish charm in his observation of everyday life. Sometimes bizarre, often dark he’ll guide you on a unique journey through the world as he sees it.
2010 saw Ryan make his debut at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival in the prestigious Pleasance Courtyard from which critics at Three Weeks acclaimed his stand-up as “Apollo quality live comedy”.
HEADLINER: PAUL SAVAGE.
Paul Savage started performing comedy in 2007. Since then he has performed all over Britain, from the highlands of Scotland to the bottom tip of Cornwall, and hundreds of places in between. In 2013, he did a tour of English speaking venues in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
In the 10 years he’s been going, he has performed over 1700 gigs, including six runs at the Edinburgh Festival, starting with the the Free Tea and Biscuits Show, which set a record for having the most genuinely homeless people in one audience front row (7). He also performed his debut hour “Cheerful Shambles” in 2013 which was well received by audiences and critics and had no homeless people in (as far as he’s aware).
Since then, he’s performed the critically acclaimed fringe shows “All The Jokes In The Bible” (2014, and 2016) and “Tired and Emotional” (2015). He is also the co-wrote and starred in the profane, blasphemous game show Hell to Play (2015) which returned to the Edinburgh fringe in 2016 with an all new script. It was not, despite his best efforts, called 2 Hell 2 Play.
“A wonderful way with words” BBC
“Genuinely brilliant. Writes a good joke, draws a good cartoon: an all round hoot” THE GUARDIAN
“Paul Savage was fantastic” PORTSMOUTH NEWS
“Spree killer” -STEVE BENNETT, CHORTLE
“Brave enough to be offensive, with a number of insane anecdotes. Shades of brilliance lurk here”- THREE WEEKS
“An engaging and affable labour of love from a man determined to find comedy in the unlikeliest of places” BROADWAY BABY
“In short, Paul Savage is a uniquely narcissistic, self-hating, autistic. You should definitely see his one-man show”- STAFFORD FM