MORE top class talent comes to Bridport Arts Centre this month with the latest Comedy Cafe night.
Headlining the October show is former Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Matt Hollins, a comic likened to Tony Hancock thanks to his dour outlook on life.
The comic has established himself as a regular circuit headliner thanks to his unique persona and hangdog attitude, and he’s built up an armoury of tales of disappointment, ranging from having to travel on the bus, staying at hostels, and working in a biscuit factory. Continue reading
POSH funyman Matthew Bayliss visits the Bridport Arts Centre next month for the first Comedy Café night of the year.
The Bridport Arts Centre Comedy Café showcases the best new talent on today’s stand up circuit alongside experienced pros from around the UK, providing a whole evening’s hilarity for just £5.
Bridport based comedian, and regular host, Tom Glover will welcome this month’s acts on Friday, February 8th.
Returning to the café will be a host of comics including Exeter based Charles Christopher and Louis Burgess, South West New Act of the Year 2010 Luke Honnoraty and Bridport’s own Gary Ball.
Opening the show will be Luke Honnoraty who performed at the comedy café’s opening night. Since his first visit Luke has gone on to win the London Comedy Store’s King Gong accolade and made the final of Loaded magazines search for the hottest new talent of 2013. Continue reading