The genteel folk of Gerrards Cross have proved to have an appetite for live comedy that is nothing short of voracious! After a series of highly successful shows last year we have now started to programme 2017 with yet more of the very best in live stand up comedy;
Now best known to the world for his portrayal of ‘Joe’ in Ken Loach’s 2016 film I, Daniel Blake, Newcastle’s Gavin Webster is famed and respected by his peers for his uncompromising and unusual approach, hard edged routines, quick-fire pastiche pieces, moronic jokes and sardonic songs. Gavin’s contributions to stand up over the last twenty years were recognised when he was voted 2014 Circuit Comedian Of The Year by fellow comedians and promoters.
First comedian to take the Gerrard’s Cross stage is Dublin’s Paddy Lennox whose engaging, instantly likeable and combines topical material with observational routines. Paddy has supported many touring comics such as Rhod Gilbert and Micky Flanagan. Whilst playing all the usual big clubs, Paddy likes to gig the smaller ones too. Otherwise life gets too predictable.
“Simply a scream.” The Telegraph “Excellent stand-up” Three Weeks
Musical comic Abi Roberts is in the middle and compering duties go to none other than Dan Nightingale who was named Best Compere in the 2015 UK Comedy Awards.
Show starts 8pm prompt £TBC Very strong language. Fully seated. Acts subject to change. Details on 01753 883759