The Comedy Club Cambridge, Cambridge Belfry, Cambridge
Friday, 14 September 2012
19:30 to 21:00
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Great Cambourne, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0JX
- Website: http://www.thecomedycl...
- Cost: £ 22 to £ 25
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Host Comedian – Rich Wilson
“He’s a very very funny man” – Frank Skinner
With subject matters ranging from being a young father to observational material on the absurdities of life in general, Rich Wilson has rapidly become one of the most in demand comedians in the country. Plus with an exceptional ability to think on his feet, Rich has proved to be a top compere able to tame even the toughest of crowds with his likable, charming manner. With Rich Wilson you are guaranteed a fantastic evening of top class entertainment. He is a regular at all the major comedy clubs up and down the country and has become a firm favourite entertaining troops across the world as part of the armed forces entertainment service.
Opening Comedian – Jason Patterson
Laughter Shock (BBC3), Kojo’s Comedy Funhouse (MTV Base), Loaded LAFTAS Rising Star Comedy Award Winner (2010)
Jason Patterson is an Award Winning Comedian who started out in comedy in 2006 and since then he’s performed at comedy clubs all over the UK. In 2009 Jason Patterson made his TV debut with a set on Kojo’s Comedy Funhouse which aired on MTV Base. In 2010 Jason Starred in a new comedy sketch show for Brown Eyed Boy which aired on BBC3.
Headline Comedian – Mike McClean
(ITV) –Mad For It , (C4) Shameless,( BBC) ‘The Office’
Mike McLean has hosted numerous television shows for the BBC, ITV, C4, C5, Sky1 & Nickelodeon and excels at live TV.
He originally trained as an actor, at the Arden School of Theatre in Manchester. However, after leaving college Mike gravitated towards stand-up comedy and quickly broke onto the circuit with a comedy magic act. He was soon spotted by a TV producer from Nickelodeon and went on to front several shows for the channel, including “Nick AM”, a live daily breakfast show. He later joined ITV to present the kids game show “It’s Not Fair”, followed by 2 series of “Mad for It”, a live children’s show, he devised, for ITV.