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Duncan Oakley & Lost Voice Guy / Comedy

Wed 17Apr
8:00 PM

Note: This event has finished

 

Duncan Oakley


‘The future of Rock N’ Roll comedy’ – NME

 As seen on Channel 4’s ‘Slam’ and ITV’s ‘Comedy Café’ and a regular guest on Radio 4’s ‘Shappi Talk’ as well as a sought after festival performer, Duncan is an internationally renowned act. He’s known for being very naughty and really quite rude, at least on stage; but this cheerfully childish behaviour belies his credentials as a seasoned professional show off. He’ll blow you away as he powers out a deft blend of stupidity and truly impressive musicianship (he’s rather nifty on a guitar), and you’ll quickly warm to his easy confidence and good natured banter. 

Ably assisted by his loyal band of imaginary friends and anthropomorphised instruments – most notably the lovely Maurice the Fender Strat – he’ll take you on an exuberant and educational rock ‘n’ roll journey, exploring with relish the horrors and delights found in, on and around the human body and beyond, on a ceaseless quest to find your inner child. He’ll locate it for you, guaranteed, and entertain it with a quick song.

Lost Voice Guy

‘Finding humour in strange places is one of Lost Voice Guy’s strengths…fabulous’ – The Guardian

Described by Little Britain’s Matt Lucas as ‘a wonderful comedian’ LVG has featured on CNN and BBC Breakfast with his entirely original and part wonderfully cynical, part genuinely uplifting material. He is the only stand-up on the planet to use a communication aid, and to devastatingly funny effect. Not to be missed.

 

Callum Scott

‘Impressive and inventive, he shows great potential’ – Comedy Review 

                                                                          Since starting out in May 2011, Callum has gigged around the Yorkshire circuit, winning Mr. Ben’s Gong show, and getting through to the final of Tickled Pig. Having been described as an “angry little boy”, and contrary to all reason, Callum remains confused and fascinated by his immediate surroundings, providing a view of the world from the unique perspective of someone who doesn’t really understand zips. Regularly compared to Richard Herring, and choosing not to ask whether that was physical resemblance or not, Callum provides an insight into what it’s like to be simultaneously seven and 85 years old.

 

 

 

Resident Compere – Anthony J Brown

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

‘Shed-loads of sublime one-liners’ – The List

Clad in a sartorially edifying manner, like a dapper and dandy funeral director, Anthony cuts a unique on-stage presence with humour blacker than a raven that’s slammed it’s claw in a coffin lid. And not the merest hint of profanity. 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. Jongleurs/Metro ”Stand & Deliver” Award winner and former BBC New Comedy Award Runner-up he is a regular contributor to
Radio 2′s “The Arthur Smith Lectures”. As seen on ‘The Stand Up Show’ and ‘Phoenix Nights’.

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