We love a village hall gig and Saturday 25th November sees our first ever comedy night at Carleton Village Hall, Skipton with not one, but two familiar faces from the telly.
Archie Kelly is best known for his comic portrayal of Kenny “Dalglish” Senior in the award winning Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights. However, it is a live performer that Archie excels. He continues to act and perform regular stand-up and is in much demand on the corporate circuit. A cheeky, inoffensive and highly interactive style has endeared him to audiences both here and overseas.
“Funniest thing I’ve seen in ages.” Peter Kay
Although best known to Channel 5 viewers for presenting Big Brother’s Bit On The Side, Stephen Bailey is fast making a name for himself as a stand up comic. This proudly working-class, ginger, gay, northerner employs a warm, chatty style that cloaks a sharp, barbed wit but pulled off with an amiable charm so genuine that no one feels they are the butt of the joke. Stephen’s TV apperances include Safeword (ITV2), Eamonn Holmes’ It’s Not Me, It’s You (C5) and countless other TV shows.
★★★★ – Sunday Express ★★★★ – The Herald ★★★★ – ScotsGay
“A great addition to the comedy scene.’ Sunday Express ‘Fantastic natural wit and charisma’ Edinburgh Festivals
Compere for the evening is Rob Riley with one act to be confirmed. Doors 7.30pm Show 8pm Advance tickets strongly advised. £15 including a welcome drink from the bar of your choice.
Tickets from The Swan Inn, Carleton or 01756 794282 or click here now to book online.
Please note. Strong language and adult themes throughout. Acts subject to change. Fully seated. We want all our customers to have a great night so we respectfully remind you to turn off your mobile and refrain from talking whilst the show is in progress. As comedians material is copyright any form of video or audio recording is strictly forbidden.