December 2017: Fat Cat Cristmassy Show

10 December 2017

ANDREW LAWRENCE

Boasting a fiery crown of red hair and a deep, demonic voice, Lawrence’s fiendish persona is in complete allegiance with his material; it will shock you both in terms of content, and in terms of how much you will laugh. With his flawless timing and delivery he can induce tears of laughter from audience members almost against their will.

“…his descriptions brilliantly worded” – The Guardian

GARRETT MILLERICK

A regular on the stand up circuit, Garrett can be seen up and down the country in a variety of guises but mostly as himself, saying what he thinks about things in pubs/theatres/regional art centres and the occasional music festival. He can seen performing regularly at The Schadenfreude Cabaret in North London where he is the resident compere.

MICK FERRY

Mick is renowned as a fine purveyor of lugubrious surrealism and has quickly established himself as one of the most sought after comics on the British and International comedy circuit. One of the finest comperes around, Mick performs regularly at The Comedy Store in London and Manchester as well as headlining at comedy venues nationwide.

 

 

November 2017: Comedy Fireworks

12 November 2017

TERRY ALDERTON & JOHNNY SPURLING are “THE TWO JOHNS”

The Johns, Terry Alderton and Johnny Spurling have been independently treading the boards for over 25 years. Two years ago they decided to come together to create the Johns.

Initially the Johns came about as a support act for Terry’s solo stand up show, and in no time at all they were established as an act in their own right.

“Hinge and Bracket on Acid!”

DOUGIE DUNLOP

Highly talented observational comic, Dougie, effortlessly gets audiences laughing and sharing his unique take on life. His precision humour is delivered with great warmth, and he’s been selected by many high profile comics, both old school and new, to support them on tour.

“Natural born funny man” – The List

RHODRI RHYS

Rhodri’s act combines sharp wit and observation with a natural geniality. His material is broad and colourful, drawing on his own experiences in his unusual path to a comedy career, while deftly seaming in religion, business, sport and history too.