We return to Haslington’s Fox Inn on Thursday 10th November with a Glastonbury legend and another familiar face from your telly…
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.
Although best known to Channel Five 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.
★★★★ – Sunday Express ★★★★ – The Herald ★★★★ – ScotsGay
“A great addition to the comedy scene.” Sunday Express
Rob Riley comperes and Josh Pugh in the middle. The show starts at 8.30pm with an option to dine at the Fox Inn first. Very strong language throughout. Acts subject to change. £12 or £20 including pre show hot buffet on 01270 584 934