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Lancaster has fallen in love with character comedian Troy Hawke who engages with the 21st century like someone who has spent the last forty years in suspended animation. Whether recounting an afternoon at the football with ‘the chaps’ or engaging in ‘audience badinage’ with the front row you can be sure the laughs will come thick and fast!
‘Undeniably funny’ ★★★★ Chortle ‘Mad comic genius’ The Scotsman
Dark musical comedy is the hallmark of Bristolian George Rigden who fully interacts with audiences and isn't afraid to leave the stage and plonk himself amongst them if requited. Despite being a relative newcomer to the circuit (he started in 2015) he has the stage skills of a much older hand meaning everyone is in on the jokes. 2017 saw him nominated for the Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year which is quite a big deal in UK comedy.
‘Had the audience in his hands thanks to some great comedic timing’ Leicester Mercury
“Very funny stuff.” Chortle
A Polish Irish Catholic Jew, born and raised in Wales, Amy Howerska is a diversity box ticking wet dream!
“Howerska’s charm is Infectious, she’s a gem” ★★★★ Australian Times
You'll no doubt recognise Stephen Bailey as the resident 'agony uncle' from ITV's Zoe Ball On Sunday or his stint on Big Brother's Bit On The Side. This proud, ginger, gay, Northerner's infectious, sassy yet affable style has quickly endeared him to comedy audiences up and down the country and his recent tour show 'Can't Think Straight' sold out Salford's Lowry Theatre.
★★★★★ One4Review ★★★★★ Fringe Guru ★★★★★ Voice Magazine ★★★★ Sunday Express ★★★★ The Herald
★★★★ The New Current ★★★★ The Gay UK ★★★★ To Do List ★★★★ ScotsGay
Why not make a night of it and dine with us before the show? Enjoy a complimentary bottle of house wine when you buy two main courses
£10 or £8 in advance up until 4pm on the day of the show. Strong language and adult themes. Acts subject to change. Fully seated. Over 18's
The Borough The Borough, 3 Dalton Square, LA1 1PP Lancaster
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