17 November 2023
Friday 17 November 2023
Doors 7.45pm, start time 8.30pm
The Old Court Room
The Flying Horse
37 Packer Street
Another fantastic line up sees some of the very best on the circuit here in Rochdale.
Host and MC Jon Pearson
Jon began stand-up comedy in 2010, with his first performance at Birmingham's Highlight Comedy Club and crowned Best MC in the Midlands, 2022.
Two successful Edinburgh shows later, and 5 years working the UK comedy circuit, Jon is now regularly found at the biggest and best comedy clubs across the UK including The Glee Club, The Comedy Store and Jongleurs, both as an act and a compere.
Jon's laid-back storytelling has audiences hanging on his every word. With tales based around his own life experiences, his anecdotes are relatable and certain to have people in hysterics.
Based in the Midlands, Jon is the resident MC at his own comedy night? Wax Comical at The Noels Arms in Melton Mowbray.
Opening, Jenny Hart,
Best Alternative Act - NW Comedy Awards 2023
Jenny returns to Rochdale, a 'Lively musical comedy that just comes out joyously wrong and infinitely dirty, lusciously dark and often quite flirty'.
Jack is observational storyteller comedian, Covering variety of topics and tailoring anecdotes. Based in the Northwest.
Jack appeared at some of the biggest comedy clubs around the Northwest and on Podcasts worth other comedians. Jack has appeared at Hot water comedy club with his solo show with Tom Keegan.
After her first sell out split show for the women in comedy festival, Annabelle has stormed the Manchester circuit with her down to earth delivery, and nonchalant charisma. Annabelle discusses topics, close to her heart, but does not hold back on what she really thinks.
Lou Conran is a comedian, writer, podcaster performer, and a superlative storyteller. She has performed stand up since 2005 all over the UK and more recently Australia.
Having gone to stage school when she was 12, Lou eloped her love of t-ting about, and she was told that if she knuckled down, she could make a brilliant serious dramatic actress.
Her first proper acting job was dressing up as a six-foot orange teddy bear that lived with four other bears, very dramatic and very serious.
As a writer, she has written for R3’s The Verb, R4’s The Show What You Wrote, CBBC presentation with Hacker T Dog, and more notably was a regular contributor to the Standard Issue Magazine.
Her Edinburgh show 2017 ‘I Love Lou C’ was critically acclaimed which led to a run at Soho Theatre, London. The show tackled Lou’s experience with baby loss and was voted finalist in the Funny Women Awards for Best Show 2017. It is due to be filmed for ‘Next Up’ and is currently being developed for radio.
Lou is co-host of her podcast Spit or swallow where celebrity guest joins her for a drink and chat with hilarious results.
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