Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club hosts its final comedy night of the year at York Barbican on Wednesday 15 December 2021, with another line-up of side-splitting comedians for you to enjoy.
Each show includes comedians from television shows such as BBC2’s Mock The Week, Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats, and many more.
Next week’s event features Tony Burgess, known for his starring role in BBC3 cult-comedy, Ideal, and for penning jokes for comedians such as Steve Coogan, Johnny Vegas and John Bishop.
He co-wrote the Sony-award winning Radio 4 comedy, The Nightclass and featured as a writer on the movie, Wallace & Gromit: Curse of The Were-Rabbit.
Joining him is Mike Newall, whose 90s Britpop haircut gained him the nickname The Real Magic Mike by his fans up and down the country.
He most recently appeared on Britain’s Got Talent, impressing the judges so much that Simon Cowell said, “It was like an Oasis concert where the music ran out and Liam decides to tell a few jokes!”
Also featuring is Sam Serrano, a gender fluid, dyspraxic comedian who has been taking the comedy circuit by storm, including five shows at the Hot Water Comedy Club – an online sensation.
Completing the line-up is Damion Larkin, who often improvises his entire set to hilarious effect and always leaves audiences wanting more.
Book your tickets for Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club by visiting www.yorkbarbican.co.uk.