Big Mouth Comedy Club

Time: 8.30pm
Doors: 7.15pm
Venue: Crypt
Tickets: £12.50; Early Bird offer £10 for the first 50 tickets sold + booking fee
Age: Strictly 18+ only

Saturday 4 August 2018

Middlesbrough – you are in for a treat! The fabulously OTT Jonathan Mayor is your MC tonight. Outrageous, charming and brilliant witty. You’ll love him! He’ll be introducing the fantastic Markus Birdman and David Longley.

Hugely charismatic Markus Birdman combines dry, controversial wit with an energy and likeability that has won him fans all over the world.

Birdman is the all-round package; witty, controversial, hip, topical, silly. A master of timing and physical comedy, he made me laugh so hard it hurt. – BBC

David Longley’s towering stage presence and intensity combined with his cutting wit have made him one of the most popular and controversial circuit comics in the UK. Delivering deadpan accounts of his everyday life which are shockingly honest, well considered and divinely funny, his rapport with the audience is at once edgy and accessible, engaging the whole room.

A uniquely fascinating act… A must see – Chortle

Please note: Line-ups may be subject to change. Not for the easily offended.

Saturday 15 September 2018

We’re back with a truly international line up featuring South African Pierre Novellie and Canadian Paul Myrehaug and Mark Simmons.

Pierre Novellie has been nominated for Best Club Comic at the Chortle Awards for the last two years running – we’re sure you’re going to love him too! As well as being a highly acclaimed comic, he writes for shows such as Mock the Week, and has appeared on Stand up Central on Comedy Central. His wry, confident observational style is both impressive and hilarious.

‘Very Funny’ – Scotsman

Canadian Paul Myrehaug’s humour is fabulously off the wall. His dry as a bone observations delivered with effortless timing are an absolute delight.

‘Myrehaug’s charism captivates the audience’ – Giggle Beats

Home grown comedian Mark Simmons has supported everyone from Michael McIntyre to Rob Beckett and has won plaudits from audiences and critics alike. Mark our world – he’s gonna be huge. Remember where you saw him first!

‘Gags of the highest order’ – Broadway Baby

Please note: Line-ups may be subject to change. Not for the easily offended.