Javier Jarquin, Pierre Hollins, Celya AB and MC Justin Moorhouse
£8.50 online with no booking fees, in person from from the venue, or you can pay on the door if we have tickets left.
Doors 7.15pm Show 7.45pm. Fully licensed. Cask ales. Ample free parking. All acts subject to change. Strong language and adult themes. Strictly over 18′s Further info on 07874 152 338
Javier Jarquin started out joking around at high school before cutting his teeth on the New Zealand circuit. Resident in the UK since 2010, the change of country has occasionally baffled this observational comedian.;
"Boots doesn't actually sell shoes whereas Office does!"
An extremely unique and adaptable performer, Javier has won numerous awards ranging from 'Best Show Wellington' at the 2010 New Zealand International Comedy Festival right up to 'Best National Artist' at the World Buskers Festival!
“Jarquin is seriously talented when it comes to working a crowd” The Stage “Fresh, funny and unique” The Press (NZ)
The improbably monikered Pierre Hollins is opening and the only other ‘proper jobs’ he’s ever had were washing dishes in the House of Commons, labouring on a gas pipe line in Qatar, in the Middle East, and teaching drama to the mentally ill. Pierre covers topics from love and hate, to sex and politics with a totally original voice, delivering his material with charm and irrelevance.
‘A crowd favourite with a stage presence and delivery style that is the envy of many of his peers.’ Hong Kong Times
Middle act is our first ever French comedian Celya AB and 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
£8.50 online, paper tickets from the venue or you can risk it on the door if we have tickets left. Fully licensed. Cask ales. Ample free parking. All acts subject to change. Very strong language. Strictly over 18′s Any questions? Call Rob on 07874 152 338