Christmas has come early for this month’s comedy night on Sunday 13th December 

Headlining are the mysterious MEN IN COATS!

Credit; men in coats facebook https://www.facebook.com/MenInCoats/
Credit; men in coats facebook https://www.facebook.com/MenInCoats/

Men in coats are your modern day clowns. Their show is a tremendous display of purely physical and visual comedy, they do not speak a word! A typical Edinburgh Fringe sell out show, their act will never become old. They have various formats from as little as 10 minutes, to 25 minutes.

They are a pure joy and simply great fun to watch.
They are just as interactive as their website, check it out! http://www.menincoats.co.uk/

Men in Coats will take you from a raised eyebrow to creasing up with laughter and if the gags don’t get you their inventiveness and dexterity surely will”  THE SCOTSMAN

“Hilariously simple… Men in Coats are the talk of the Fringe”

Your Compere is feisty Feliciity Ward

felicity ward
Credit: Felicity Ward: Comedian, Toilet Reviewer « RTRFM / The Sound … rtrfm.com.au1621 × 1386 Felicity Ward: Comedian, Toilet Reviewer « RTRFM / The Sound Alternative

Funny aussie Felicity is your perfect compere, making you die with laughter at some pretty heart wrenching issues. A comedian with a cause, she’s not scared to talk about mental health and relishes in it’s complexities. With this in mind you would think she is a dark comic, but she is nothing of the sort. She has a bright infectious enthusiasm.

Check out her hilarious twitter for gems like these:
“@felicityward: I bet you’re not as sexually confident as your beard would have me believe.”

To top it all off, we have our friendly Yorkshireman, Tom Wrigglesworth.  

Tom Wrigglesworth
Credit: Warm and gentle … Tom Wrigglesworth PR

Often sporting a Seargant Pepper jacket, the quirky but laid back Tom has material reminiscent of Ross Noble but nowhere near as bizarre. Having compered our shows in the past, it will be great to see the original comic in his element. Nevertheless, I am sure he won’t be able to resist a bit of audience banter.

‘The gods of comedy chose Tom Wrigglesworth for greatness’ ***** (Scotsman).

‘Magical Storytelling…a rare talent…hysterical and accomplished’ ***** (Timeout). ‘Funny bones’ (Evening Standard).