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Tel: 0191454555

Brendon Burns + Support Friday 25th June tickets: £10

Make em Laugh Competition Friday 30th July tickets £10

Glenn Wool + Support Friday 27th August tickets £10

Pete Johansson + Support Friday 24th September tickets £10
all events include free food and music

Brendon Burns
If Comedy Award Winner

the aggressive Aussie has struck gold with this playful, thought-provoking set. It is a ferocious no-holds-barred rant, **** The Evening Standard

"Remains undiminished at his blasphemous best...".***** The Herald

"An exceptionally funny performer.. and ode to the healing power of the human spirit.. One of the circuits most intelligent artists...." **** Evening News

Forever changing and improving, Burns has a stand up show that is like nothing you have ever seen before. Never one to stick to a repetitive formula, he brings something new and exciting every time. He will jump-start your brain, crack your ribs with laughter and blind you with your own tears. Again Brendon Burns has proven why he is the best at what he does. ***** British Theatre Guide
"Loud, brash, rude, in your face and fantastically laugh out loud funny” ***** The Scotsman
Glenn Wool

“ a compelling, three-dimensional and strangely lovable comedian.” The Guardian

"Lethally funny" Metro

“an accomplished comic on scintillating form, delivering fresh laughs and thoughtful ideas” Chortle

“with jokes coming thick and fast, but often when you least expect them. It's superlative stuff, worth seeing for the Paul McCartney gag alone.” The Telegraph

Pete Johansson
2009 Best Newcomer Nominee Edinburgh Festival

“His closing riff on engagement rings, intimacy and anal s*x is one of the unmissable joys of this year’s Fringe” The Scotsman

‘Laughter fest… Hilarious’ The List

‘Pete’s relaxed and insightful performance at the Improv brought the crowd what they had been waiting for all night’ National Post (CANADA)
"Panto Legends Bob Stott and Wayne Miller"
G.Barr, Chronicle 2006

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