Our second comedy night at The Surgery in Urmston will be on Sunday 18th March and, as it’s only a day after St Patrick’s Day , we have added a distinctly Irish flavour to the bill. Our previous shows sold out n advance so get your tickets in plenty of time!
Chris Kent, Brendon Burns, Harry Stachini, MC Caimh McDonnell
Cork’s Chris Kent could well have made it as an electrician but prefers to generate sparks of laughter as Ireland’s fastest rising young comedian. His sharp style preys on his own everyday life and his sometimes brutal self-deprecation makes for a compelling and hilarious set. Voted as one of the Top Five Irish Comedians by Hot Press Magazine in 2013, he was listed as “one to watch” by The Dubliner magazine the previous year.
‘Impressive’ Irish Times ‘Carefree, comedic bulls-eye’ The Dubliner
Perrier Award winner Brendon Burns is an Australian comedian who’s television career began alongside Sacha Baron Cohen and Ricky Gervais on The 11 O’Clock Show. Now older, wiser and calmer, Burn’s energy is still enticing. Coarse yet oddly eloquent, he remains fully accessible and intensely lovable. Never pompous and ever self-deprecating, he just somehow seems to get away with murder, and his influence is ubiquitous throughout the stand-up world.
“The single most jaw-dropping, awkward, yet ultimately rewarding bit of stand up we have ever seen” ★★★★★★ (An unprecedented six stars) Time Out
“I think it’s got the stage now where we can officially call Brendon Burns a legend” Evening Standard
Described by none other than Sarah Millican as ‘a very funny man’, Dubliner Caimh McDonnell has firmly established himself as the white-haired Irishman whose name nobody can pronounce. Try ‘Kweeve’ though and all will be well. Caimh recently helped provide the funny on both series of ‘The Sarah Millican Television Programme’ and the SKY panel show ‘A League of Their Own’. When not doing all of the above, Caimh is proud to be ‘The Voice of London Irish’ and acts as the rugby team’s announcer in the Madjeski stadium.
“Outstanding” Daily Telegraph “A very funny man” Sarah Millican
The show comes complete with Harry Stachini in the middle.
£10 with advance tickets strongly advised. Starts 8pm prompt with dining available beforehand. Over 18’s.
The Surgery, 1 Primrose Ave, Urmston, Manchester M41 0TY T:0161 282 0556
Please note. Strong language and adult themes throughout. Acts subject to change. Fully seated. Strictly over 18’s. 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.