A comedy night cabaret style, with bar and snacks. Bar opens 7.45pm
Venue: The Parish Hall - Park St. Market Bosworth, CV13 0LL
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Ship of Fools presents an evening of stand-up comedy Compere Alan Seaman introduces three comedians and himself as compere.
BAR - Local real ale and snacks available
Bar opens 7.45 for 8.30pm start.
TICKETS: Adult £10, £12 on the door.
Not suitable for children.
With musical skills that would easily fit into many rock bands, Duncan Oakley performs an infectious mix of musical comedy and stand up with one of his trusty guitars - Maurice (Fender Strat), No 7 (acoustic) or The Lezza (his Les Paul) by his side.
With an eye and ear for the silly, rude, playful and downright irritating occurrences of life, Duncan musters up songs that don't just make you laugh, they bury into the recesses of your mind and find you humming a tune with a smile on your face 3 days later, confused and wondering where it's come from
'Oakley's routine deftly mixes the tunes with the stand-up' (City Life)
'... the encore had me in tears of laughter' (BBC)
'Leaping between stupidity and pure brilliance' (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Kate McCabe is an American stand-up and improviser who is now based in Manchester. As a stand-up she gigs all over the country. As an improviser, she performs with both Comedy Sportz Manchester and Murder Inc.
“Delivers strong material with aplomb”—Three Weeks
Meat Loaf-lookalike Tom is a big fan of Jerry Seinfeld and it shows. His clever multi-layered observations have won him awards and plaudits galore since he started performing back in 2013. While he’s known for coming up with clean and clever routines about usually mundane topics, he’s more than capable of throwing out the occasional dark and edgy joke that will have punters gasping with both shock and laughter. - Birmingham Mail
plus compere ALAN SEAMAN
“Alan always makes sure there’s a wide variety of acts and a warm and friendly atmosphere where audiences get value for money.
They are always a joy to do.” - ISY SUTTIE