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The Legion of Laughs has been running for 12
years and is one of the longest running comedy clubs in the Manchester Area.
Comedians that have graced our stage include the likes of John Bishop, Gary Delaney
and Jason Manford The acts that have performed
say it is one of best small clubs in the country.
All the staff who help
on the night are volunteers all ticket proceeds go to RBL
Cost £11 – Click HERE to see how to pay.
Doors Open at 7:30, Bar Open till 12-00
– Comic Creation, Nige
singer/musician and doomed to a life of temping, Keith Carter is now a professional
character comedian, actor and writer.
His seventh comedy gig was as a finalist
for the BBC New Comedy Awards in 2001, since then he has travelled
throughout the world, supporting many top comics such as Ricky Gervais and
Johnny Vegas and has won several awards Capital of Culture judge, Sir
Jeremy Isaacs was quoted in the news as saying, ‘He helped Liverpool win
the bid,’ after seeing Carter’s comic creation and Liverpool cult hero,
‘Nige’ perform at the cultural bid show for the judges.
Carter is a regular performer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, receiving
praise from critics and audiences alike for his one-man shows and plays.
Carter is proficient on guitar, harmonica
and piano and can’t believe he is getting away with not having a proper
job. He is currently waiting for someone to tap him on the shoulder to tell
him it’s all over.
Kevin Dewsbury from Cheshire, though often mistaken as
being from Yorkshire due to his ridiculous northern accent. He performs all over the UK and overseas
at clubs including The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, universities
material ranges from storytelling, observations on daily life and one liners. He also has a great ability to mimic most
appeared at the Edinburgh Festival in sell out shows and has toured UK
theatres as the support act for top comics Tim Vine and Lucy Porter.
returned to Edinburgh in 2013 with an equally successful follow up show
entitled "Kevin Dewsbury: Out Now"
also been the support act for Michael Mcintyre,
Omid Djalili and Russell Howard.
John Lebbon If you have been
to any regular comedy night in Cumbria over the last couple of years, there
is a reasonable chance you'll have been entertained by John Lebbon. The 31-year-old from Egremont
is the go-to guy for hosting and compéring wherever
there's a stage and a mic.
He appears at
The Venue, in Carlisle, at the start of every month alongside a line-up of
established favourites and up-and-coming names, while he can often be found
at Barrow's The Forum or in his home town at the Florence Art Centre.
– Carl Jones
Carl Jones began
performing regularly across the UK in 2011 and has quickly established
himself as one of the strongest new acts in the Midlands.
Nottingham Comedy Festival ‘Newcomer to Comedy’ competition after just a
handful of gigs, he went on to win both Manchester and Preston ‘Beat the
Frog’ competitions at the first attempt and perform as part of Amused
Moose’s Hot Starlets programme of shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in
2011 and 2012.
Carl also has a
growing reputation for writing comedy and has had several sketches recorded
for BBC Radio 4 Extra’s topical news programme NewsJack
and is currently writing a sitcom.
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