Friday March 23rd – Suzi Ruffell, Imran Yusuf, George Lewis, and host Andy Robinson
Another outstanding evening of Stand-up, with classy 2017 breakthrough act Suzi Ruffell, Comedy Roadshow favourite Imran Yusuf, clever wordsmith George Lewis and host Andy Robinson
SUZI RUFFELL – Nominated Chortle Best Breakthrough Act 2017, Suzi has been seen on Channel 4, E4, Comedy Central and Dave TV as well supported Alan Carr, Josh Widdicombe, Kevin Bridges and Romesh Ranganathan on massive UK tours. Sparky, energising and fun, Ruffell has the talent for hitting you with punchlines you didn’t see coming. ‘Classy stand-up from an emerging star‘ **** – The Scotsman.
IMRAN YUSUF exploded onto the comedy scene in 2010 with a low-key Fringe show which was adored by press and public alike, earning him a sackful of 5 star reviews, sell-out crowds, and a coveted Fringe Best Newcomer nomination. Since then this skilful and truly unique voice of British comedy has toured constantly, had his own BBC3 comedy show and is a repeat favourite on the Michael McIntyre Comedy Roadshow. “He’s all arms and legs, you’re laughing before he opens his mouth.’ (Michael McIntyre)
GEORGE LEWIS followed in the footsteps of of Jack Whitehall and Sarah Millican to win the Amused National New Comic Award at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe and has since then become one of the hot new comedians on the block, either winning or being a finalist in just about every comedy competition there is! A clever wordsmith with a background in advertising, his ‘geeky loveable loser’ persona is endearing and his accolades are richly deserved.
Host ANDY ROBINSON is one of the best – a former 90’s budding rock star who realised he loved the comedy patter between songs more than the songs. Andy is ‘the comedy equivalent of gold dust, pure talent just waiting to be discovered’ (The Guardian). A popular TV warm up act (Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Shooting Stars, Later with Jools Holland, Jonathan Ross), he is also on virtual non-stop tour support with Jo Brand, Sean Locke, Rich Hall and Paddy McGuiness.
£14.00 + £1.40 Booking fee = £15.40
Tickets are available here
Show time: 8:30pm