Comedy @ Chorlton Irish Club

Feb 02 2018 20:30 - 23:00

Chorlton Irish Club, Irish Association Social Club, High Lane, M21 9DJ Manchester

Carl Hutchinson, Dan Nightingale, Ryan McDonnell, MC Justin Moorhouse

Doors 7.45pm Show 8.30pm £12 on the door (if tickets left) or £10 advance. Strong language and adult themes. Fully seated. Acts subject to change. Any questions? Ring Rob on 07874 152 338

An old man in a young man’s body, Carl Hutchinson possesses the uncanny ability to both irritate and be irritated in a charming and endearing manner. Described as “The Larry David of the North East” Carl’s energetic, articulate and dynamic performance makes him a must see act. When not gigging up and down the country or touring in his own right, Carl is often support act for Chris Ramsey’s tours.“Hutchinson held a 200-strong crowd in the palm of his hand.” The Publican

“Expect ‘Big Laughs’ Time Out

Dan Nightingale worked his way through university as the sound man at a comedy club but being actually on the stage looked like so much more fun..

Fortunately, Dan turned out to be a natural performer and a brilliant compere. Dan mixes cutting observation and raucous gags with high energy audience work and a natural playfulness that engages any crowd. Original, creative and totally unpredictable.

Dan was voted ‘Best MC’ in the 2015 UK Comedy Awards by fellow comedians, bookers and promoters

“Fantastic… ..another Kitson or Noble.” Metro

“A 100mph whirlwind….Brilliant” Manchester Evening News

Belfast's Ryan McDonnell pops up all over the place. You could spot him supporting someone far more successful on tour. There is always the possibility you may already have seen one of his Edinburgh Fringe Festival shows. It's also quite unlikely that you've revelled in many of his TV and radio appearances, but surely somebody must have.

"Apollo-quality" ★★★★ Three Weeks "Candid and insightful" Irish Post

Your compere for the evening, Justin Moorhouse. This highly regarded comedian has comedy taken several comedy shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and toured the UK. In February 2015 Justin performed to over 200 000 people in a 15 night stage version of Channel 4’s Phoenix Nights. The critically acclaimed show at the Manchester Arena raised £5 million for Comic Relief. A natural affability endears Justin to any audience and an arsenal of tightly written material firmly hedges the bet.

“Moorhouse charms the pants off the crowd” Sunday Times

Doors 7:45pm Show 8:30pm Acts subject to change. Very strong language throughout. Over 18's Fully seated. Full details at or call Rob on 07874 152 338

General Admission

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