Comedy @ Manchester Rugby Club
Once again, we are providing the funny for Manchester Rugby Club and we are back on….
Friday 28th October 2016
For the last three decades Ian Cognito has been an undecorated hero of the British comedy frontline. Never been on the telly, never done an advert, ‘Cogs’ remains a true original. Whilst many of his peers have graduated to the cosy confines of light entertainment, Cogs proudly remains one of the country’s most seminal acts.
Mrs. Barbara Nice (or Janice Connolly in the real world) is a much loved mother of five from Stockport who believes in bargains and getting the most out of life. Spotted by Peter Kay as Barbara at the City Life Comedian Of The Year final, that he had won the previous year, he asked her to be in his new TV series ‘That Peter Kay Thing’ and she then went on to star in both series of ‘Phoenix Nights’ as God fearing Holy Mary.
“Excellent -Has the audience in the palm of her hand right from the start – great timing and unique comic insights “ Manchester Evening News
Jack Carroll stole the hearts of the nation when he appeared on Britain’s Got talent a few years ago. Since then he has gone on to perform on both film and TV although he can regularly be seen performing stand up at venues up and down the country. Compere for the evening is Freddy Quinne.
Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm Tickets are £10 each and available from the venue or on the door subject to availabilty. Very strong language throughout. All acts subject to change. Strictly over 18′s
Manchester Rugby Club, Grove Lane, Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire 0161 485 3733
Fully licensed bar. Non members welcome. Ample free parking. Wheelchair access.
IMPORTANT!! We want all our customers to have a great night so we ask you to turn off your mobile and not to chat when the acts are on stage. Anyone deemed to be spoiling the enjoyment of others will be asked to leave without refund.