The winner of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent takes to the road with this brand-new show for 2024!
Join Jon for his biggest show yet jam-packed with the very best in music, comedy and entertainment, following a hugely successful season at the Edinburgh Festival.
As well Jon’s trademark brand of musical comedy with all new material, the show will also feature an updated version of his hilarious one-man musical which he played to acclaim for a limited run at Edinburgh Fringe 2022.
As seen on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and The Royal Variety Performance.
Charlie Moon is sadly missed and his widow, Molly, is the one doing most of the missing. She feels guilty about how he passed and wants to make things right with him. If only he was still here…
Molly Moon’s dreams are about to come true as the ghost of her husband stalks the halls of their old house on the anniversary of his death. Well, more shuffles than stalks really. His back’s not great and he never got that ingrowing toenail sorted out.
Trapped in limbo and with only his Auntie Peggy for support, Charlie needs to solve the riddle of his death before he can move on to the next worldbut he keeps running into dead ends. While he’s at it he wants to keep that smarmy git from next door away from his house and he might put the willies up Molly for old times’ sake. Well, if you’ve got it, haunt it…
Gerry Linford (Yellow Breck Road, Ellen & Rigby) has written a brand new comedy about love, life and the afterlife. Come and join the ghost with the most as he explores the world beyond the veil. It’s guaranteed to lift your spirits!
Brian Butterfield makes his live stage debut, imparting all of his business knowledge from his decades spent within the business world working as everything from Lord Mayor’s Croupier to Circus Horse Dentist.
Brian believes that every failure is just an opportunity to learn a new lesson. Having opened, and closed, several businesses, Brian has learnt over 1000 lessons. And most importantly, the secrets to success.
NOW, Brian is ready to share them ALL to the biggest audiences in the country. This is a once in lifetime opportunity (for Brian).
These shows will feature a recognisable TV name closing every show with an extended 30 minute set. We will also be using this night as a new material night for more established comedians & a trial night for comedians who we haven’t had the pleasure of seeing perform yet. These acts will always be ones who are playing all the big clubs throughout the UK.
Danny McLoughlin has the sharp wit & material, likeable persona and strong stage presence that have seen him become a much sought after act in his short time as a stand up.
A finalist in the Chortle Student Comedian of The Year in 2008, Danny went on to perform as part of the prestigious Big Value Comedy Show during Edinburgh Festival 2009.
He also supported Al Pitcher on his UK Tour and is booked by some of the UK’s biggest gigs and promoters.
It has been a rapid rise for Danny and it all looks set to continue. With an amiable, confident stage presence and a well written set Danny delivers material with more than just an immediate pay-off line, preferring to take the joke one or two steps further.
Confident enough to take a risk on stage he does so not to the detriment of the audience, keeping them laughing along or hanging on every word
‘Alex Maureen up and coming often hospitalised comedian with barbed one liners and camp tales. Often described as ‘The best thing to come out of Kensington since the 10A’
Doctors said Alex shouldn’t have lived past 5. He’s defied all odds with one working lung and a bent spine. Which comes in handy in otterspool car park.’
Daliso began his comedy career in Canada with the acclaimed one man show ‘Feed This Black Man’.
Following this, he began honing his craft in comedy clubs across Canada. Highlights included appearing on the Trans Canada Comedy Trail TV show and perfoming a One-Man character comedy about a torturer titled ‘Incisions’. Before leaving Canada Daliso appeared in the 2005 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and he used this exposure to secure an agent in South Africa.
+ Adam Staunton, Jake Steers, Sam Ely.
In his intimate and highly-anticipated debut hour, Rich Hardisty (Channel 4, Netflix, BBC) takes us on a journey through the highs and lows of his unusual life.
Expect anecdotes and observations about momentous movies, missing dads and mania, all from his warm, inquisitive, childlike perspective. Rich tries to convey what mental illness looks and feels like, celebrating the beauty and silliness of it all.
Join Shakespeare North Playhouse, for a laugh-out-loud evening of stand up, hosted by comedian Freddy Quinne and featuring Scott Bennett, Stephen Bailey, Tez Ilyas.
Frankie Boyle’s on tour. Buy a ticket, because by the time he arrives, the currency will be worthless and you and your neighbours part of a struggling militia that could probably use a few laughs.
Sophie Duker is a comedian and writer whose favourite things include breaking hearts, taking names, and telling jokes with the confidence of a cis straight middle-class white man.
She’s gained huge popularity and a significant following on social media since her Edinburgh Fringe Show, Venus, saw her nominated for the Best Newcomer award and gained critical acclaim and five-star reviews. The success of this show saw her performing a sold-out two-week run at the Soho Theatre.
Sophie is a regular guest on Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC2). She has performed on Live at The Apollo (BBC2), Mock the Week (BBC2), 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4) and Hypothetical (Dave).
Following a sold out tour across Europe and Australia in 2019 and her most recent BBC stand up special Power & Chaos, Fern Brady brings her fifth solo show Autistic Bikini Queen on a nationwide tour.
As seen on Live at the Apollo, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, Roast Battle, Russell Howard, Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club. As heard on BBC Sound’s Wheel of Misfortune podcast, The News Quiz and The Now Show.
‘She’s absolutely fearless – there’s nowhere she won’t go and nothing she won’t say on stage and she’ll switch from snarling and menacing to sweet and girlish in an instant. It’s a killer combination’
Russell Kane’s bringing to town his gut-punch funny, searing, award-winning take on the two years we’ve just gone through.
Hailed as the The Guardian’s Number 1 comedy performance to come out of 2020 (The Guardian are miserable and usually hate everything) – this high-octane show brings nuclear-energy belly laughs and pant-wetting observations which prove laughter really is the best medicine* (*actually, it’s probably hospital medicine).
Russell Kane has two chart-topping, award-bagging podcasts: Man Baggage and BBC Radio 4’s Evil Genius. He is a regular on Channel 4, BBC, and ITV: all the usual shows you see funny people on. He’s also a writer, actor, and presenter. He drinks lots of coffee and is ‘like that in real life.
He was the first ever comedian to bag the two most prestigious comedy awards on earth in the same year, for the same show: The Dave’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards (formerly The Perrier), and The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award, (formerly known as the Barry Award). He’s also a raving bighead that likes listing his achievements.