The Funhouse comedy club in Grantham returns on Thursday, March 28, with an appearance by comedian, writer and raconteur Tom Wrigglesworth.
An articulate and natural performer, the charismatic and talented Wrigglesworth involves his audience like they are old friends. His warm and hilarious tales, told with passion, never fail to captivate his audience.
Suppport comes from quirky impressionist James Dowdeswell who has appeared on such TV shoes as Russell Howard’s Good news, Celebrity Deal or No deal and who has also played The Count in Ricky Gervais’ Extras. His intelligent and inventive story telling is delivered from a strange, highly entertaining perspective.
Completing the line-up is the enthusiastic Larry Dean, with his sharp and individual, surreal stories. Compere for the night is the friendly and welcoming Spiky Mike.
Tickets for the show, upstairs at the Atrium cafe-bar in the High Street, are £8 in advance, available from www.funhousecomedy.co.uk Doors open for the show at 8pm and it starts at 8.30pm.