Fri 23rd Sep 2022 at 8:00pm ends 10:30pm
Memorial Hall, Coatham Road, Redcar, UK - Map
The Laughing Pug Comedy Club presents:
Since starting stand-up in 2014, Simon has gone on to quickly establish himself as one to watch, hotly-tipped by the industry as a future star.
Still only relatively new to the circuit, Simon’s frenetic and opinionated style has seen him rise phenomenally through the ranks and he can now be seen performing regularly at some of the biggest and best comedy clubs in the country.
In 2016 he was the winner of both the Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year and the World Series Panel Prize, Beat The Frog.
In 2019 he was the runner-up in the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year.
Cheerfully self-deprecating, Simon is a comic who is confident with joke structure and can use his skills to present unpredictable punchlines which take the wind out of his audience!
immy started his comedy career whilst Living abroad in Greece in 2019. He has been gigging around the North west and the rest of the UK since returning, reaching the Semi Final of 'So you think you're funny 2021' telling Jokes about growing up in kirkby in the 90s, the absurdity of a scouser in Greece, and the things that annoy him everyday. "Could have made team GB at the Olympics, if there was an Olympic Gold medal for giving your ma shit and then running away"
There’s a new stand up taking a seat on the Leeds comedy circuit at the moment with Jonathan Brook.
Brook is dry. Incredibly dry. You listen intently, and you’re never ready for the punchline. You can’t tell when it’s coming because of his delivery, but when it arrives it’s consistently a killer line. Every single time.
Crucial topics that he covers include love and poetry, a comparison to him and Lady Gaga, his parents’ divorce and sharing stories about living with legs that hate him.
Brook is a seriously funny guy, with a brilliant act. He’s becoming a regular on the Leeds comedy circuit now and, travelling further afield, becoming increasingly popular.
And it’s obvious why. Five star humour. He’s worthy of checking out and going to see.