Friday 13 November
7.30pm (Doors & Bar opens 6pm)
Worcestershire County Cricket Club – Graeme Hick Pavilion – Good to Go COVID Secure
Tickets £20 include lasagne and mixed salad
Very Limited Availablity
Get ready for an uproarious evening of entertainment with this Comedy Night this November. You and your friends can laugh the night away, safe in the knowledge you’re in a certified COVID-secure environment.
Trans-Atlantic Britains join MC Tony Vino Got Talent Finalist and Hospital Radio star Ivan Brackenbury and Twinkle-toed & mischievous Patrick Monahan in the Graeme Hick Pavilion.
Tickets, which are priced at just £20 each and include a home-made lasagne meal, can be purchased over the phone by calling our events team on 01905 337940 or by emailing email@example.com.
He’s bonkers! Ivan Brackenbury’s fantastic ‘Hospital Radio Roadshow’, complete with inappropriate records and bungled cues, is now a regular fixture on the live circuit. A daft, inept yet adorable radio DJ takes you on a hilarious broadcasting journey. This is a unique, wonderfully brilliant show, guaranteed to make you cry with laughter.
The show took the highest accolade at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where The Times comedy critic declared it ‘the funniest show at the Fringe’.
Ivan’s outside broadcast for the patients of a hospital radio station captures all the fun and excitement you’d expect from being in a hospital, with games, giveaways, patients requests and his special blend of music and chat. Wickedly funny.
‘Deliciously enjoyable’ – The Guardian
‘Audiences are laughing their heads off’ Metro
“Barrage of cracking jokes” Daily Telegraph
“Audience of the verge of being hospitalised with laughter” Independent On Sunday
Most recently seen playing the part of ‘Angela’ in ITV Sitcom The Job Lot, Jo Enright has starred alongside Steve Coogan in I’m Alan Partridge and with Peter Kay in Phoenix Nights. Other recent comedy roles include in BBC Two Sitcom Lab Rats playing the part of Cara and on BBC/HBO’s Life’s Too Short as Warwick Davis’ wife, Sue.
“One of the most naturally gifted comic talents I’ve ever seen.”
For more than a decade now the highly acclaimed comedienne Jo Enright has crafted a unique style of stand-up comedy. As well as accepting numerous invitations to perform it both on television and radio, Jo also thrives on live theatre performances, for which she has won several comedy awards including the 2002 Chortle Award for ‘The Best Female Circuit Comic.’ and 2001 Best Female on the Jongleurs Comedy Circuit award.
“If she were broccoli, I’d turn vegetarian.”
“One of Britain’s best character actresses.”
The Independent. (Grace Dent)
Preston’s very own funnyman. Tony Vino (**** The Scotsman) has been touring the comedy scene since early 2005. Well aware of social and political issues he mixes friendly well thought out observational humour with audience interaction and quick-witted responses. A finalist in 2006 Funny Bones competition, Tony has enjoyed recognition as a comedian and comedy compere of renown. His life and interests are wide-ranging, and so is the subject matter he weaves together on stage.
“A Great Show the assured Tony Vino copes with a mixed audience well.”
Kate Copstic, The Scotsman
“Uplifting style, great delivery and consistently funny throughout.”
“Tony is hilarious, a class act and always comes up with the goods.”
Darren Goddard, Greenbelt Festival Events