Headliner: Noel James
Noel has been performing for fifteen years at all the major clubs throughout the UK and also at festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading, and Edinburgh. Before entering showbiz, Noel tried his hand at teaching. He taught English as a foreign language, and he taught Welsh, without success at either! His act is gag, gag, gag all the way – though some of it consists of non-baby-talk.
Support: Chris Washington
Chris began performing stand-up comedy in July 2012, and now after two years and a few hundred gigs, for a host of reputable promoters up and down the country, he is fast becoming one of the most sought after acts on the circuit. With a cheeky Northern charm and hilarious tales, it’s clear to see why Chris is flying up the comedy ladder.
“Chris Washington is naturally funny and could easily become a big name on the comedy circuit: He posts top quality comedy with a first class delivery.” Agraman, Buzz Comedy.
“Chris has oodles of warmth & likeability, and an assurance which belies his tender years. This young man could well go all the way!” Golf Comedy
Support: Tony Jameson
Tony Jameson is a stand- up comedian from the north-east. He is currently performing at comedy clubs such as The Stand, Off The Kerb, Glee, House of Fun and Last Laugh to name but a few. He has supported Mick Foley as part of his UK tour and did a couple of pre-tour warm up shows for Kevin Bridges, Stewart Francis and Frankie Boyle at The Stand.
“Wonderful… terrific … life affirming stuff” The Skinny
“The latest Geordie with massive potential…” Yorkshire Evening Press
Compere: Freddy Quinne
Based in Manchester, award-winning comedian Freddy Quinne’s uniquely northern observational humour has seen him rise with meteoric speed into some of the biggest clubs in the country. His willingness to involve the crowd leads for an engaging and memorable set backed up with frantic energy and raw emotion.
“Clever, well placed gags” together with a vulnerable persona makes for a unique experience and a real tour de force performance.” (Alex Boardman)
Tickets £7 / £4 concessions / £2 Edge Hill University students