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Newton Aycliffe, February 6th 2019

6 February @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Hilarity Bites Comedy Club feat. Dave Johns, Danny Posthill, and host Ray Bradshaw

Show details:

Dave Johns

Dave Johns

The star of Palme d'Or award winning film 'I, Daniel Blake', Dave Johns has been a stand up comic since 1989 and is a regular headlining act playing all the major comedy clubs in the UK and comedy festivals world wide. Dave has gained a reputation as an inventive, exciting and extremely funny comedian, winning applause from his audiences, respect from his fellow comics, and rave reviews from the critics.

In 2013, Dave co-wrote a new stage adaptation of The Shawshank Redemption which hit the West End and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. He has had two very successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in highly acclaimed shows 'Dave Johns On The Edge' in 1998 and 'I'm in The Attic Mother' in 1999 at the Pleasance Theatre for which he won the Spirit of the Fringe Award.

He has also appeared regularly at the Kilkenny Comedy Festival, in Ireland, Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne Comedy Festival. Dave has also worked on stage in the Middle East, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Johannesburg, Sydney, New York, Amsterdam and the Arctic, and has been a regular guest on comedy panel shows such as Never Mind The Buzzcocks and 8 Out Of 10 Cats.


“He shifts from the sublime, to genius, to uproar in the blink of an eye - An extremely entertaining hour” - The Guardian

“Dave Johns has a uncontrived manner and sense of fun on stage that most comics can only dream about” - The Scotsman

“Look closely you will see the man generate sparks of magic” - The List

 

Replacing Danny Posthill:

Simon Donald

Simon Donald

Simon Donald co-founded the publishing sensation of the 1980’s, Viz Comic, writing and drawing on its pages for 24 years, before leaving in 2003 to become a TV presenter, pundit and media whore. He moved into stand-up comedy in 2008, his one-man shows featuring annually at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Famed for the characters he created in Viz, Simon often performs as one or more of a bunch of new outrageous creations that have taken Donald's character creativity from page to stage - Barry Twyford market research dogsbody, whose bizarre survey raises more questions than it answers, Bingo from Benton drunken street philosopher and charmless aggressor, Jeremy Jitler novice comedian lacking a sense of humour, Rich Kestrel Cockney motormouth and 'supplier' to the stars, and Dominic Farquhar first year medic, the funniest guy on his whole landing. In fact, He's probably the funniest guy in the whole of Mandela Halls, actually.


“Superb, inventive comedy” - The Stage

“Hugely entertaining” - Chortle

“Subversive... very clever. Hilarious” - The List

 

Ray Bradshaw

Ray Bradshaw

Having made his comedy debut in September 2008, Ray has quickly established himself as one of the most exciting new acts on the comedy circuit. A two time Scottish Comedian of The Year finalist, Ray has travelled the lengths and breadths of the country telling jokes to anyone that will listen, making his name as an MC for various promoters.

Ray’s solo show, “I Dare Ray To…” has been performed to sell-out audiences at the Glasgow Comedy Festival in 2013 and 2014, and the Adelaide Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Festival in 2015. Ray has also been selected as tour support for several big name acts of late, and was the exclusive support for Ardal O’Hanlon’s 2014 tour of Scotland, as well as supporting Des Clarke on several tour dates.


“Affable Glaswegian Ray Bradshaw compered and he instantly had the busy venue in stitches” - Edinburgh Evening News

“One to look out for” - The Skinny

“a very promising writer, able to create some enjoyably twisted punchlines” - Chortle

 

This show will also feature a newer act in the middle.

 


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Details

Date:
6 February
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Cost:
£6 – £8

Other

Accessibility and seating:
Seating is unreserved, usually cabaret style with tables. Performances take place on the ground floor, and the venue is wheelchair accessible.

Venue

The Turbinia, Newton Aycliffe
The Turbinia, Sid Chaplin Drive
Newton Aycliffe, DL5 7PA United Kingdom
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Phone:
01325 313034
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