All posts by Stuart

FAT CAT KICKS OFF NEW SEASON

FAT CAT KICKS OFF NEW SEASON
Sunday September 11th

MICK FERRY

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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. Mick was a writer on John Bishop’s Britain for BBC One and has also previously written for BBC3’s Smalltime.

“See him or regret it” – John Bishop

ALFIE BROWN

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Constantly evolving and striving for ways to innovate, Alfie can move from hour-long idea driven shows to tight sets in various clubs effortlessly.

“Quite simply the future of British stand-up” – Brian Donaldson, The List

ALEX BOARDMAN

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Alex is now one of the most sought after acts in the country due to his ability to interact with any audience and to seemingly conjure something out of nothing. And before you ask, he’s no relation to Stan Boardman.

“A great comic and skilled writer” – Sara Millican

FLAMING JUNE AT THE FAT CAT

FLAMING JUNE AT THE FAT CAT
Sunday 12th June

ANDY ASKINS

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With a wickedly dry sense of humour, Andy’s darker material is sweetened by his innocent and impish demeanour which never fails to leave audiences in the palm of his hand. With impeccable timing, the inventive and quirky songs are peppered with inspired patter – the material is as strong as the songs and delivered in an inimitable modest and self-deprecating style.

“Dark humour with faultless timing” – The Stage

MARK WALKER

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This colourful enigmatic nomad was born in Ireland. He then moved to, and throughout the north of England where he was last seen fronting a pub rock band by night, and working as a pebble dasher by day in Grimsby. He now find himself living in London and working the comedy circuit. Confused? Well not as much as he is.

”Vein-popping intensity, clearly born to entertain” – The Independent

TOM WRIGGLESWORTH

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Describing himself as having the body of Peter Crouch and the face of Postman Pat, but nowadays looking more like a stretched Crystal Tips, Tom Wrigglesworth likes to experiment. At his most experimental, Tom wrote a letter to Richard Branson to complain about a Virgin Trains manager who took his job far too seriously and ultimately got Tom arrested. The was a happy ending though as Tom was given a Good Samaritan award!

“The ultimate crowd pleaser” – The Guardian