Charity Star Night – Sat 17th November 2012

********Limited Tickets**********

4 ACTS

ALEX DANSON

Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, Muddy Waters, John Mayer, Eric Clapton

 Comedian Bill Woolland

 Observational with a chatty style that allows a spontaneous and natural delivery. This is complimented by excellent original material, fabulous tales, many many gags and hilarious audience participation. Quick witted, up to date and topical his humour appeals to all audiences of any age with the ability to read a room and adapt his act to each occasion he is quite simply very versatile and very funny.

Trouble at’ Mill

All your favourite LANCASHIRE & IRISH songs
‘REAL LIVE MUSIC’ presented with an element of fun that makes’An Evening with TROUBLE at’ MILL’ an occasion to remember.

 Plus 25 Piece Band and DJ Liam to finish the night

Tickets £5.00 on the night £6.00

All proceeds go to local Bamber Bridge Charity Grassroots Family Support.

School Lane Poker League Results So Far!

Position Player Name Total
1 Fabian Towers 3800
2 Darren catteral 3280
3 Daryll Cookson 2500
4 Stu Messenger 2400
5 Ian Tkaczuk 2200
6 Nick Rouke 1670
7 S Dewhurst 1600
8 Blake Rigby 1200
9 Glenn Binns 900
10 J Pearson 900
11 M Pearson 700
12 D Burns 700
13 Rebecca Lipton 700
14 Paula Wilson 600
15 S tierney 400
16 Dave P 400
17 D Swanson 300
18 D Coleman 300
19 A Burdett 200
20 J Foreshaw 100
21 Paul Malone 100
22 Martin Edwards 90
23 John Woof 90

Wed 3rd Oct: Comedy Night @ School Lane Club

STARTS 8:30pm   Carriages @ Midnight

3 Comedians

£5 On The Door – Members get a £1 off

ANTHONY J BROWN

Clad in a sartorially edifying bespoke manner, like a dapper and dandy funeral director, Anthony cuts a unique on-stage presence with humour blacker than a raven that has slammed it’s claw in a coffin lid.

Eschewing the well trodden terrain of the one-liner witticism, Mr Brown’s penchant is for 4, 5, 6 and 7-liners drenched in evocative imagery and laced with comedic red herrings. And not the merest hint of profanity.

He constantly engages the assembled throng with a cryogenic stare whilst slowly and very gently caressing the microphone stand with well manicured talons.

To be quite so casually tactile with an inanimate object in full public view takes a certain confidence, especially whilst punctuating his bizarre and often hilariously misanthropic anecdotes with measured pauses that you could reverse a Heavy Goods Vehicle through.

The overall effect is both perversely hypnotic and wholly original, leaving the audience zealously hanging on to every syllable like turncoat lemmings on a rockface.

He appears at all the major UK venues.

 ‘A truly unique performer…superb’ Reece Shearsmith (League Of Gentlemen)

 ‘Jarvis Cocker with a death in the family’ Metro

Ray Kane

Lovable Halifax born and bred musical comedian.

 Winner of the Leicester Stands Up 2007 competition

 CITYLIFE COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR 2006 FINALIST (COMEDY STORE, Manchester)

ANYTHING FOR LAUGHS 2006 FINALIST (IGUANA, Manchester)

SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO 2006 FINALIST (FUNHOUSE, Derby)

FUNNY MAGNET GONG 2006 FINALIST (FUNNY MAGNET, Middlesborough)

 “A slick, appealing crowd-pleaser with a strong hoodie-based song to lift the atmosphere, a nice visual gag to close and some winningly self-deprecating material to link it all together … Something, then, for almost everyone.” CHORTLE – Steve Bennett

Ben Davids

Hailing from deepest, darkest Tamworth, Ben Davids has established himself as one of the brightest new acts on the circuit in recent years.

His act is a barrage of non-stop gags and one-liners that range from the silly to the very silly indeed, and that will provide something a bit different for any comedy night.

He has progressed to paid 15 and 20s for clubs like Ship of Fools, Mirth on Monday, Bottle Rocket, HaHa Comedy and more, and was selected to take part in the prestigious Big Value Show for Just the Tonic at the Edinburgh Festival in 2009.

“Davids’s one-liners showed considerable skill in their writing, and he displayed an admirable sense of timing in telling them.” – Chortle

“Ben Davids got plenty of laughs with dry one-liners.” – Leicester Mercury

‘Brilliant.’ – Russell Howard