Comedy at the Guild – June 2017

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Our monthly comedy nights are now established as a great way to see the hottest new stars without paying the big price tags! Featuring three different comedians and an MC each month, you’re in for plenty of laughs and a great night out!

This months line up:

MC: Jeremy O`Donnell

As an act or compere, Jeremy mixes sharp one liners with friendly storytelling and sparkling off the cuff wit. His cheeky smile and friendly nature have endeared him to audiences all over Britain and as far afield as Berlin, Bahrain, Paris and Zurich. Jeremy has a reputation for reliably strong performances at major comedy clubs nationwide.

“Lighting fast” Evening Standard

Act 1: Andy Wilky (Aka Smug Roberts)

Smug Roberts Star of TV, Film and Radio and the man behind Grandad Roberts and Meat Pie Sausage Roll. He started out at the Frog and Bucket in Manchester, broke through as a headline act in 2000 after being asked by Dom Ward to join a star studded line up at Manchester’s Comedy Store opening night. He has continued to headline at all the major comedy clubs since then. Last year, he was living the dream in America when he played the Laughter Factory in New York. This year he will tour his One Man comedy show in the UK.

“A master story teller” Radio Times

Act 2: Dylan Gott

A comedian known from coast to coast in Canada Dylan Gott has been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award performed at prestigious comedy festivals such as Just For Laughs Toronto, North By Northeast and appeared on Bite TV with his own televised special on iChannel called ‘No Kidding’ To go with his many stand-up comedy accolades Dylan has had his own critically acclaimed one man show at the Toronto Fringe Festival Dylan Gott Medicine Woman.

“Major Revelation’Now Magazine

Act 3: Alex Boardman

Alex Boardman is now one of the most sought after acts in the country due to his ability to interact with any audience and to seemingly conjure something out of nothing. His free flowing style and natural charm breeze through in performances. His unique brand of ‘flattery and abuse’ is done with a lack of malice and a big sense of fun. He has gone on to be one of the most assured confident stand ups on the circuit and regularly plays all the top comedy clubs here and abroad.

“Probably the quickest I’ve ever seen, certainly the funniest.” The Big Issue