The BIG Leadenham Comedy Night is back again! Friday 12th April 7.00pm – with supper included, you are guaranteed an evening to remember!
Four excellent Comics and our favourite MC will be back to lay on the laughs. The comics are regulars on the local comedy scene, all bringing you massive entertainment. Tickets will be available from the George Bar and online here… so grab yourself a seat and prepare for a laugh.
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MC - PAUL MUTAGEJJA
“A warm comic who radiates charisma and entertains utterly”
”Full of infectious on stage energy Paul is unique in his style of comedy”
“Paul Mutagejja is a funny man. Tall, good looking, with the eyes of a baby deer he is the thinking man’s Bob Monkhouse – but alive and darker. A great compere and comedian.
Sully O'Sullivan's been declared a highlight of the New Zealand International Comedy Festival by The NZ Herald, a highlight of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival by The Scotsman, featured on Australian TV’s 'The Comedy Channel', won Canada’s annual 'Improvaganza' Tournament, and supported cult heavy metal comic Steve Hughes on two UK national tours spanning over 100 shows.
“Sully O'Sullivan was amazing.” NME
“engaging” The Scotsman
“a blast of hilarity” Manchester Evening News
"smrtonosno zabavni voditelj" Living Stone Magazine (Croatia)
"quintessentially Kiwi comedy" The Press (NZ)
“a wicked sense of humour” BBC
“his timing and wit were impeccable!” The Australian Times
“perfectly dropped punchlines” Steve Bennett, Chortle
“a unique comedy experience” The New Current
“a crucial mix of cynicism, intelligence and menace with some killer punchlines thrown in.” music-news.com
"had us all in paroxysms of laughter.....he is going to be a comedy superstar!” BSH Magazine
“had the audience showing their appreciation with fits of laughter and applause” channel4.com
“Very likable, very confident and very funny”
“On and off the stage Steve Goodall is a funny man with a sharp mind for comic lines”
“Inventive storytelling garnished with memorable imagery, delivered with an endearing slither of self deprecation. He’s jolly good. And jolly. Good.”
Big bold and mildly appethetic at today’s society. The number one in tales of asbo
“This man has funny in his bones”
ONE MORE TO COME!