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Comedy Night at The Flyer

26 November 2021

Friday 26 November 2021
Doors open 7pm, show starts 8.30pm - 10pm

The Flying Horse Hotel
37 Packer Street
OL16 1NJ


Ace Lips Comedy Night is at The Flying Horse Hotel on Friday 26th November.

We have six fantastic comedians live for you!

Under the guidance of MC Howard Walker, we have:

- Adam Staunton opening the gig. A confident and demanding stage presence has seen scouse funnyman Adam Staunton perform alongside some of the biggest names in comedy, including John Bishop and Sarah Millican. Definitely one to look out for!

- Ash Preston. Ash has been on the circuit for a good few years now. He has performed all over the country with his eccentric storytelling and high energy stage persona. Once described as a 'friendly misanthrope', he is fiercely proud of his working class upbringing and underdog mentality... He also resembles several murderers and Jesus he's been told.

- Graeme Rayner, a seasoned comedian and podcaster from over the hill in Yorkshire. Graeme has appeared at many of the top North West comedy venues and delighted crowds. A witty and straight talking comedian keeping the audience begging for more.

- Tegan Marlow is a stand up comedian from London, now living and performing in Manchester. A semi finalist in the 2020 Max Turner Prize, her anecdotal and observational-style comedy explores the usual realms of sex and dating, as well as the slightly less usual realms of motorway services, astrology and politically-minded pets.

- To headline and close the show is Archie Kelly who is Peter Kay and many audiences favourite. Appearing in many of the recent years comedy classics from Phoenix Nights, Car Share, Max and Paddy and, the very real to some, Coronation Street. One not to be missed.

Get your tickets online via the link below.

Entry fee: Tickets £12

Contact: Rick Attwood
07720 849 866

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