Limited tickets are now available for The Comedy Club this Thursday (March 4) as Bob Mills headlines at the home of Worcester Warriors.
Each act this week is handpicked to give the best blend of comedy so you're assured a great line-up and jokes that will keep you laughing until the next installment in a month's time.
MC on the night will be John Warburton. Combining one-liners, observational comedy and the occasional song, John's routine lends itself to a wide range of clubs and audiences. John has headlined comedy shows from Doncaster to Dubai, and at lots of places in-between. Recently seen on Coronation Street, as Barry Sidwell, John makes his big screen debut in 2009 alongside Robert Carlyle, in big budget action thriller The Tournament.
Opening act is Tom Price who bounds on stage full of energy and ensures audiences warm immediately to his puppy-like charm and sense of fun. He so clearly loves what he's doing! His interaction with the audience as MC is warm and inclusive and his ability to think on his feet and work the crowd is simply stunning. Tom's material is charming & self effacing, but with a very wicked side that keeps the laughs rolling on and on. His TV profile is getting bigger by the day and all indicators point to this man being a household name in the very near future. Come see him on the circuit while you still can!
Headline act is Bob Mills - best known for the late-night cult show In Bed with MeDinner, in which he commented on documentary video footage. He also hosted ITV's daytime game show 'Win Lose or Draw', as well as LWT's 'There's Only One Brian Moore' and 'Dial Midnight', plus 'Not A Lot Of People Know That for BBC1 H'. His writing career has also included the six-part comedy-drama Northern Lights, an episode of Channel 4's Shameless and the 2006 film Pierrepoint that starred Timothy Spall as Britain's last hangman.
The evening will include waitress service, a joke competition with prizes and food is available from 7pm until 8.15pm.
Tickets are £12 - members £10 - and over 18s only are allowed entrance. Doors open at 7pm with show time at 8:30pm. For tickets call 01905 454183 or visit www.hahaheehee.com
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