The Queens Hall
Brighten up your week, or even month with the Span Arts Comedy Club. Three brilliant comics ready to make you laugh.
Headliner this month is Duncan Oakley. He’s a rock musician, who talks a lot about sex and uses the most offensive four-letter words with abandon, however he has an ear for the joke, and they come thick and fast – no matter how daft, or occasionally how obvious.
Oakley is an accomplished guitarist, drummer and harmonica player, but his biggest talent is his relentless bonhomie, making for an engagingly inane performance.
"Leaping between stupidity and pure brilliance" - Yorkshire Evening Post
Second Act of the evening is Kate Smurthwaite, a comedian and political activist. She performs all over the UK and around the world at major clubs including The Comedy Store, Comedy Cafe, The Stand, Covent Garden Comedy Club, Soho Comedy Club and Crack Comedy Club.
Kate is a writer for the BBC Three political comedy show The Revolution Will Be Televised and the UK's leading political satire show Have I Got News For You?, so expect funny things from her!
Compere for the night is Caimh McDonnell. In his decade on the British stand-up circuit, Caimh McDonnell has firmly established himself as the white-haired Irishman whose name nobody can pronounce.
When not performing stand-up, Caimh is in great demand as a writer for TV. He has recently worked on the hit BBC2 show ‘The Sarah Millican Television Programme’ and the SKY sports/comedy panel show ‘A League of Their Own’.
Span Arts Comedy Club makes for the perfect night out with candle-lit cabaret seating, bar and delicious food in the interval, there’s no excuse to miss it!
Advance tickets: £10/£8 (concession & members) Advance tickets are available until 4pm on day of event
On the door: £12/£10 (concession & members)
Family friendly event; U14s price available.
Event is fully seated; arrive early to secure a table.
The Comedy Club line-ups are subject to change.
Discount and table bookings available for group
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