Blizzard Comedy LIVE featuring Pope Lonergan
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We have got an incredible line up planned for our next live show on Tuesday 9th May!
Come along and see…
Headline Act Pope Lonergan
Pope Lonergan is a comedian, writer and creator / host of ‘The Care Home Tour’ (“The comedians taking slapstick into new territory” ~ The Guardian) and ‘Pope’s Addiction Clinic’.
He gigs all over the UK and has had sold out shows at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Brighton Fringe, Vault Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival and Hastings Fringe.
His bestselling memoir I’ll Die After Bingo was released by Penguin (Ebury) in 2022 to critical acclaim.
“Outrageous material […] matched by a rambunctious delivery” – The Guardian
“From fearless and funny to heart-stoppingly raw ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️” – Evening Standard
“Pope Lonergan is Plimmin’ and Lompin’ is a very honest piece of conversation [that’s] captivating, even when it teeters towards the nauseating” – The Big Issue
“The stories are awkward, humiliating, awful and hilarious, occasionally shocking but deeply compelling” – iNews
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Described as ‘highly unrelatable and highly relatable all at the same time’, Paul Campbell brings his tales of being a 38 year old Corrie obsessive still living with his mum.
He’s currently working on his debut hour ‘The Lost Tapes of Somerfield’.
“Paul is a delight to watch. He’s gigged with us many times and he’s always disarmingly off-beat. His material never goes in the direction you expect – we love how his brain works.” – XS Malarkey
“A delightful ball of whimsical oddity. His journeys into life’s frustrations are both hilarious and fascinatingly engaging” – Nodding Dog Comedy
Sinéad Walsh is host and producer of The Sunday Rollover, Dublin’s premier Brunch gig. She has opened for Deirdre O’Kane, Neil Delamere, David O’Doherty and Ross Browne, as well as storming the stage at the likes of Faversham Fringe, Ballycotton Comedy Festival and the Paddy Power Comedy Festival. She recently appeared on RTE’s Clear History and is touring her debut hour show “Big Foot” at Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Brighton Fringe and beyond this year.
“Her punk-rock stage presence is the bedrock on which she sets sail” – Coco Comedy Club
And Melina Fiol
Melina’s candid style and strong stage presence have shaped her into a distinct new voice on the scene. This year, Melina was handpicked by Leicester Comedy Festival to take part in Circuit Breakers – their showcase of the best new comedians emerging from the UK circuit.
“Fiery and relatable” – Comedy Port
“Comedy powerhouse” – Fem de la Femme
With Guest Host Hannah Platt
Hannah Platt is a stand up comedian, writer and was a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Award. Merseyside-via-Manchester’s finest misanthrope has already been making her mark as a comic, having been described as ‘A voice of a new generation’ by The Skinny and ‘a distinctive voice with something to say’ by Chortle, never shying away from sensitive topics with brutal honesty and quick wit. Recently she has been commissioned to make a Laugh Lesson for BBC3, written on the Now Show and The News Quiz for BBC Radio 4, and has supported Kiri Pritchard-McClean, Lou Sanders and Fern Brady on tour.