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Comedy Night at the Quay

Sat 21 September, 8:00pm10:30pm

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Date: Sat 21 September
Time: 8:00pm to 10:30pm
Price: 10 – 15
Venue: Anthony Minghella Theatre

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Saturday 21st September / 8pm start / £10 ticket / £15 ticket with food (food served 6 – 7.30pm)

The best up and coming comedians from across the country join your loveable host Bobbin Dixon for a superb night of hilarity.


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Ashley Frieze 

Both a musical comedian and a charming, warm MC, Ashley has been entertaining audiences up and down the UK since before we had Sat Navs, iPhones, Facebook, streaming and an over the counter little blue pill for man’s problems.

Ashley has something for most audiences, intelligent, geeky, silly, and occasionally naughty, he’s playful but never rude!

 

 


Tony Coward (Headliner)

Tony is a highly regarded comedy writer and comedian. Described as ‘The best joke writer around’ by GQ magazine, he is a regular contributor to a number of programmes and publications. The bounty of gags on his Twitter feed alone have earned him over 21,000 avid followers. As a stand-up he’s sought-after both on the circuit and as corporate act.

 

 

 


Aaron Twitchen

“Seriously talented. Hilarious, warm, energetic… the kind of new act that should have talent scouts excited and other comedians feeling nervous.” – The Skinny 

“Positive, fun, feel-good… Probably the best free fringe show I’ve seen” – Scotsgay

“Twitchen is an assured stand-up and navigates both his material and his venue with style….He is a flexible improviser, in tune with the spirit of live comedy” BroadwayBaby

 

 


Rob Coleman

A very versatile act. Rob is a conversational gag merchant. He has been a semi – pro stand up for 10 years or so, closing, opening, middling and MCing his way around the country with a mix of beautifully written gags and truish stories, together with some audience banter.

He has become increasingly grumpy and his comedy focuses on (amongst other things) politeness, getting old and the joys of long term relationships.

 

 

 


Sarah Johnson

“Sarah is one of the brightest and funniest  new acts to  play my clubs in 2016,  her likeable persona means that audiences  quickly  warm to  her and her material keeps getting stronger”.  Alan Seaman – Ship of Fools Comedy

 “Sarah has a huge amount or raw talent and an unquenchable thirst for gigging and experience. Her persona wins over the audience from the word go and her stories hammer home the fact that she’s a very talented comedian who will surely go on to achieve great things.” – Jason Neale – Proper Funny – The Criterion (Best Small Venue – Dave’s Leicester Comedy Awards


 

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