Stand-Up Comedy

19th Jan 2010 - 8:00pm

The Arts Centre

tand-up Comedy in the Rose Theatre  with Phil Walker, Steve Harris (replaces Kate Fox) Carl Jones & Katie Mulgrew.

Tickets: £7 / £5 concessions / £2 Edge Hill students

Headliner: Phil Walker

Walker’s act has taken him to some weird & wonderful places, from a scout
hut in Unst in the Shetland Isles to a cabin on Mount
Alice in the Falkland

Phil is proud to have entertained over 4000 troops on tours in war torn Afghanistan. “I’ve
played to some tough crowds in my time but never with machine guns, thank God
they liked me!”

 Steve Harris replaces Kate Fox, who due to unforeseen circumstances cannot perform.

made me howl with laughter”
Billy Connolly

comedic ability comes from his warm nature, so whether he’s dealing with
hecklers or his mum, there’s always a level of warmth in his attack, even if it
is pre-emptive . His most obvious asset is his ability to get any audience immediately
on his side.

He has won 
the coveted ‘North West Comedian of the year award’.  Now
with gigs worldwide including Australia and Afghanistan, Steve has headlined
all over the comedy circuit, and done support slots for Johnny Vegas, Peter
Kay, Lee Evans, and Jack Dee

 “I couldn’t lift my hands to wipe the
tears of laughter from my face”
Chortle.   Warm-up
for BBC’s ‘National Lottery’

and presenter for ‘Made in Manchester’ 

directed and starred in ‘Mick’s Nuts’, 
MTV sketch show

“Weird Barman” in ‘Satan’s Hollow’ for Channel 4

Carl Jones

“He’s the new kid on the block but don’t be fooled…he’s
one to watch for the future.”
Comedy Train, Birmingham.

Compere ….

Katie Mulgrew

Katie Mulgrew is a comedy raconteur from Lancashire…chatty
and charming, she makes a great compere, oh, and she is
also the daughter of the legendary Jimmy Cricket!

For details of what’s on this season, visit The Arts Centre website.

If you’re interested in screenings of great films, see this season’s Short Cuts line-up in the Studio Theatre.

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