The night starts around 20:15 and our second bill is just as good as the first.
Headliner Scott Bennett
Has rapidly established himself as one of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit. Likeable, with a warm and engaging delivery, he is a Yorkshire live wire with an undeniable no nonsense logic. In demand by many of the big clubs, Scott delivers wry observations on the absurdity of modern living.
A versatile and confident performer Scott regularly appears at many of established clubs including; Glee, Jongleurs, Highlight, Just the Tonic, Frog and Bucket and many other independents. Recently Scott was also thrilled to be selected to do a support slot for Michael Mcyntire as part of his work in progress shows at the Duchess Theatre in London. “Observational comedy with everyman appeal, stretches every premise to find the laughs” Steve Bennett, Chortle.
Runner-up in Britain’s Got Talent 2018, Robert White goes from strength to strength, securing a dedicated following of fans and working his way well up the ladder of comedy. Robert worked his way up the stand-up scene, starting in 2004 and found early success as a finalist in the prestigious Hackney Empire competition 2006, he has gone from strength to strength and in 2010 won the Malcolm Hardee main award at the Edinburgh Festival.
He now is a sought-after act who regularly performs in big clubs, little clubs, those in-between, theatres and festivals around the UK and abroad. ‘Just one of the funniest performers I’ve ever seen, I’ve never laughed like that!’ - David Walliams.
Has been trying to stand up for 25 years. Luckily, he can do comedy even if he can’t do the standing up. He has a unique perspective on life, usually of people’s belly buttons. "A class act" Chortle.
MC is Hayley Ellis
Manchester comedian and former regular contributor to XFM's breakfast show, Hayley has gone from strength to strength since she began performing in April 2009. A regular MC at gigs around the country, Hayley’s natural warmth and girl-next-door charm make her impossible to dislike. “Perkily engaging” The Scotsman.
20:30 - 23:00
Running times are approximate and subject to change