Chorlton Friday 6th May
Comedy @ Chorlton Irish Club Friday 6th May
Tom Wrigglesworth, Mick Ferry, Lost Voice Guy and MC Caimh McDonnell
Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm £12/£10 advance Very strong language throughout. Fully seated. Acts subject to change.
Tom Wrigglesworth is one of the UK’s most distinctive and sought after talents. TV includes Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live, Russell Howard`s Good News and The Comedy Gala for BBC Three as well as The World Stands Up, Edinburgh and Beyond and The Comedy Store. Tom is a regular on Radio 4 and was nominated for the Rose D’Or International Broadcasting Award Best Radio Comedy.
“Undeniable gift for comic storytelling” The Telegraph
Mick Ferry has a wealth of original material and peerless improvisational skills have made him a hit both here and abroad. TV includes BBC One`s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and John Bishop’s ‘Only Joking’. Voted the first ever UK Circuit Comedian Of The Year in 2013 and the following year saw him share the Foster’s Panel Prize for anarchic cult kid’s show Funz And Gamez
“See him or regret it, a great comedian.” – John Bishop
Lost Voice Guy AKA Lee Ridley speaks via his iPad due to cerebral palsy. After watching Ross Noble perform a lengthy set about Stephen Hawking, Ridley threw down a challenge that he could do the better impression. Noble found this so funny he incorporated it into his act and this spurred Lee on to get on stage himself. The results have been overwhelming with several TV appearances, guest writing on Ricky Gervais’ show ‘Derek‘ and winning the BBC New Comedy Award
Compere for the evening is Dublin’s Caimh McDonnell. Paper tickets on sale from Chorlton Irish Club from 5.30pm at £10 each or £12 on the door. Doors 7:30pm Show 8:30pm All acts subject to change. Very strong language throughout. Over 18’s Fully seated. Full details at at www.chorltoncomedy.co.uk or 07874 152 338