The penultimate A Laugh In Stockport at Seven Miles Out! Which means, ultimately, that you should bring your pens, or something.
Anyway, who have we got on? Randolph Tempest is one of the country’s leading actor-types, and acclaimed by many (mostly himself) as THE master thespian. He’s a writer, director, artist and a poet, plays the bongos too. He’s hard to describe. I once saw him reduce an audience to tears of laughter simply by sweeping the stage at a comedy gig – during the break. Randolph bears an uncanny resemblance to Peter Slater – who has been in all your favourite TV comedy shows (including Phoenix Nights, Ideal, That Peter Kay Thing, Saxondale, Detectorists, and, er, Coronation Street). I wonder if Peter and Randolph have ever been seen in the same room together? Hmmm.
Opening the show we have Kate McCabe. An American now resident in the UK, Kate cut her teeth on the NYC comedy scene and blends the observational with the ridiculous.
“She talks about untouched topics, and by that I don’t mean close-to-the-bone subjects, I mean properly untouched topics like Beatrix Potter and gravy.” Jim Meehan, The Skinny
We were saddened at A Laugh In Stockport to hear that Neil Diamond has announced his retirement from touring, but we’re delighted to announce that we’ll be having a special guest appearance from Never Diamond, the world’s worst Neil Diamond tribute act! We can’t wait to say hello again!
This month’s open spot is taken by Natalie Husdan.
Danny Sutcliffe is your delightful compére for the evening and will also be in charge of the pens.
Thursday 1st March, 7.45pm at Seven Miles Out
Entry £8 – Advance tickets available online:
Billetto (no booking fee!)
Buy paper tickets from Seven Miles Out and get £1 off!
We like to encourage people to visit Seven Miles Out for all the other great nights they put on, so if you buy your tickets in the venue it’s a quid cheaper than anywhere else.
Licensed venue. All acts subject to change. Strong language throughout. Over 18s only. Refunds only available if we cancel the event. Free parking. You are politely requested not to talk while acts are performing. No large groups. x