Brackenbury to headline Grantham comedy night
Funhouse Comedy Club is back at Guildhall Arts Centre ballroom on Thursday, February, with another great line-up to keep the laughter flowing.
Topping the bill is Ivan Brackenbury, who has appeared on 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
The bungling hospital DJ, who featured in Hospital People, a BBC 1 series about the hospital where his radio station is based.
One of the most outrageously funny character comics on the circuit, who plays inappropriate records dedicated to the patients in his hospital.
Opening the night will be the award-winning Nathan Caton, star of radio and TV, including TV’s Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, Russell Howard’s Good News and BBC Radio 4’s ‘Can’t Tell Nathan Caton Nothing’, which had its third series in 2014.
He started his comedy career as a 19-year-old and immediately started winning awards. He has been called the most exciting young black comic on the circuit and combines his laid back, clear-cut material with his art of cutting down ‘fools’ both in everyday life and the media.
Also appearing is the charismatic Joe Rowntree. A former presenter of TV’s ‘Brainiac’, he commands everybody’s attention with his bubbly creativity and surreal observations.
Completing the line-up will be natural storyteller, the instantly engaging Eamon Goodfellow, with his hilarious personal accounts.
Compere for the night is the lively and friendly Spiky Mike.
Tickets are £11 in advance.
Doors 7.30pm for an 8.15pm start.
All info and bookings at www.funhousecomedy.co.uk
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