Well, well, well my little fruity sausages!
We have a right ol' April treat coming over the horizon...
Danny Pensive - (performed by John Cooper)
An original blend of sharp wit and inventively inspired stories.
Pushing the envelope of eclectic humour with his passion for creating truly alternative comedy.
In 2011 He went to The Edinburgh Fringe Festival with “Danny Pensive’s Map of Britain”, a show all about people and places which garnered critical success from the press, and a cult following for the character.
As both a straight stand up and a character comedian, John has firmly established himself as one of the most original voices to come out of the North East in recent years.
John has appeared on BBC radio Manchester, and writes a blog for Sci-Fi & Fantasy magazine SFX.
“Catch this comic idiot savant before Vic ‘n’ Bob snap him up” - The List
“His audience interaction is flawless” - The Skinny
“Cutting Wit – There’s more to him than meet the eye” - Three Weeks
“Full of eccentricity and wit, an infectious delight” - FringeGuru
“You could almost imagine Harry Hill doing it” -Ed Byrne
“Vic and Bob meets Samuel Beckett” - Artsfest
“A superb creation…brilliantly done” - BBC
(As seen on ITV4's FHM's Stand-up Hero.)
Opening we've got Jay Hampson
Jay Hampson is one of the most promising up and coming acts in the north-west. Mancunian born and bred, Jay amuses audiences all over the UK with his own brand of intelligent and quick witted humour.
“Hampson is a strong, natural performer…Someone who’s so obviously got both funny bones and the love of the audience” Steve Bennett, Chortle
"...had a knack for delivering gags that were so self-depreciating that he had a strange sense of charm and likability about him" - Quaysnews.net
Also Katie Mulgrew
“It turns out that intellectual comedy doesn’t have to be belligerent or dry.”
“Charmingly honest…delightfully tender and throughly entertaining.” The Skinny ****
“…Sometimes silly, sometimes touching, this is a very strong Fringe debut.”
“Self-deprecating good humour and great delivery…hilarious and sweet…”
Edinburgh Festivals Magazine ****
"Comedy courses through her veins…”
“…Among the best on the Fringe…” Metro
Plus as per usual, your MC Harriet Dyer
“She’s got funny bones” – Kevin Bridges
Come yes? Doors 7:00, show starts at 8:00. £5 in advance, £6 on the door.