See Edinburgh Highlight Award winner John Ryan at Sixways
Don't let the weather get you down, a night with The Comedy Club gives a great shake up, livens the senses and will leave you in fits of giggles at Sixways Stadium this Thursday, 4th February 2010!
Enjoy The Comedy Club at Worcester Warriors on the first Thursday of each month and you can laugh your way into a great 2010. The show includes three comedians who have been especially chosen to entertain at Worcester Warriors, offering a great blend of comedy for newcomers and life-long comedy fans alike.
Plus with FREE membership at www.hahaheehee.com there has never been a better time to receive club discounts, win free tickets and get all the comedy gossip free each month(next show: 4th Mar)
MC - MANDY MUDEN - Faking It, Heroes of Magic - The Big Stage, Come Dine With Me (All Ch4)
"Hi, I'm Mandy - and I do tricks!" is how the one and only Mandy Muden introduces herself. Described as like "Alison Steadman playing a beauty consultant doing Tommy Cooper-style magic - but without the fez", Mandy would take that as a compliment. With an act made for the digitally-enhanced age, Mandy has audiences astounded with both the brilliance of some (certainly not all) of her magic and in hysterics at her off-the-cuff one-liners and observations.
OPENING - GERRY K - The Bill (ITV), Angelo's (ITV)
Anecdotal, observational and refreshingly honest, Gerry K first hit the stage in 2003 and has raised the roof with laughter ever since. An energetic and likeable personality, Gerry lays claim to winning; The Comedy Store's 'King Gong', Metrolife Comedy Newcomer, and The Comedy Cafe's Best Newcomer Awards. Following recent successes, Gerry's performed several headline spots and now performs regularly at many corporate events. Gerry's even hosted the football forum with Jeff Stelling and Rodney Marsh for Zoo Magazine.
HEADLINE - JOHN RYAN - Edinburgh Highlight Award Winner, The Weakest Link - Comedian Special
The irresistibly amiable John Ryan uses his acerbic wit and seemingly encyclopaedic knowledge of the world around him to keep any audience on their toes. His East End Irish upbringing gives him the rare ability to connect with people from diverse backgrounds. John has a reputation for thinking on his feet and confidently and cleverly adapting his show to any audience. His high energy and warm personality has also helped rocket his health show into the limelight through ongoing projects with The London Science Museum and Unison.
• Waitress service • Joke competition with prizes • Food available from 7.00pm - 8.15pm
• Members discounts apply
Tickets £12.00 | Members £10.00 | Over 18's | Doors Open 7:00pm | Show Time 8:30pm
Ticket Hotline: 01905 454183 | www.hahaheehee.com
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Worcester Warriors Chief Executive Jim O'Toole has dismissed suggestions made in a national newspaper that the Club is pulling back on its long-term financial commitment to become an established Aviva Premiership Club.