Big Mouth Comedy Club – March

Date: Saturday 2nd March
Time: 
8.30pm
Doors: 7.15pm
Venue: Crypt
Age: Strictly 18+ only
Tickets: £13.00 Includes Booking Fee
Early Bird – First 50 Tickets £10.50 Includes Booking Fee

Line-ups subject to change. Not for the easily offended.

Starring: MC Dave Twentyman, Phil Nichol, Seymour Mace and Simon Lomas

Your MC tonight, affable, quick-witted banter merchant, Dave Twentyman survived a childhood in St Helens by evolving rapid, startlingly-bright patter and a smile that he somehow stole from Barry Manilow. A regular performer at many of the best weekend clubs in the country, Dave has also performed at a number of music festivals over the years such as Leeds, V Festival and Download.

Phil Nichol is a truly unique performer.  An acclaimed actor, award winning comedian, producer, presenter, writer and musician – there is no end to his talent! Phil is an energetic and exciting performer with an unquenchable thirst to break boundaries and innovate with his work.  His skill as an improviser whether it be musical, comedy or straight is unparalleled. With a surreal edge to some of his mischievous rantings, Nichol always brings something new to the stage whilst his keen sense of fun and eye for the shocking and absurd has cemented his position as one of the best comedians on the circuit today.

“A genius of a show”  The Herald

Despite looking like a slightly dishevelled and demented geography lecturer, Seymour Mace is a brilliant comedian. He crackles with childish energy, getting caught in flights of fancy and going off on strange tangents, but never loses sight of the gag. A performer worth the admission price alone.

He was a regular in BBC2’s Johnny Vegas sitcom ‘Ideal’, a former City Life Comedian of the Year and Breakthrough Act at the North West Comedy Awards. Like a truly bizarre hybrid of Harry Hill, Half Man Half Biscuit and Viz comic, Seymour is a teller of extremely tall tales and High Priest of the terrifically twisted one-liner. He was also victorious in the Cup A Soup Comedy Challenge. You may mock such a curiously named title but the prize money was 10 grand.

‘Leaves his crowd uplifted, entertained and laden with charity shop-bought gifts…Warm, original and weird’ (Edinburgh Festival Guide)

Simon Lomas is a Chortle Awards Best Newcomer nominee and Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year finalist. In July 2018 he won the biggest cash prize in UK comedy history at the Petfringe Comedian of the Year final.

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