Call Chris on 0633068110 to reserve tickets, all gigs last year were sell outs so please give me a shout if you are coming.
As an added promotion we are giving 4 free tickets to the first 4 PrivilegeAlps card holders who show their tickets and reserve tickets at the bar from now until the event. (one ticket per one PrivilegeAlps card)
With the very best of UK stand up and this is going to be a very special gig with these very popular comedians:
Australian comic Brendon Burns has been performing comedy since the early Nineties and is known for his aggressive
stage presence and controversial material. He briefly hosted the 11 O’Clock Show and even more briefly the ITV2 spin-off show I?¢‚Ç¨‚Ñ¢m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here Now!, walking off after just three shows. However it is live ?¢‚Ç¨‚Äú and especially in his solo shows ?¢‚Ç¨‚Äú where he has forged a reputation, with six live CDs to his name.
He has also performed at Montreal and South African comedy festivals He first appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe in 1996, hosting The Comedy Zone showcase of new acts, and performing in his debut solo show 6pm Time To Get Up For Work. He has returned to the Fringe every year since, except for 1999, and in 2007 won its top prize, the if.comedy award
A trilogy, Burnsy versus Brendon, which ran at Edinburgh examined his own life ?¢‚Ç¨‚Äú culminating in his mental breakdown and drinks and drugs rehabilitation at the Priory.
“The reason why Donnelly is one of the highest-rated emerging stars on the UK circuit is his incredible ability to turn the seemingly mundane existence of the 21st-century slacker into gripping, unmissable stand-up. In Donnelly’s hands, something as simple as getting out of bed can be the springboard to a hilarious anecdote” The Guardian
“[Donnelly] has developed an style that is the antithesis of the loud, sweaty, manic comic so prevalent on the telly and live tours at the moment. This is standup with valium: near horizontal levels of louche that takes the mundane stories of everyday life and turns them into stretches of self-deprecating silliness” The Guardian
“His ability to drop in and out of his material allows him to deliver an electric performance that reveals him to be a natural and gifted comedian” Broadway BabyScroll to top
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