This event has been and gone.
Manchester's favourite multi award-winning comedy club, every Tuesday at The Bread Shed, with host Toby Hadoke.
Please note that the artists appearing may be subject to change.
Jenny Collier moved from the Welsh mountains to London in 2010 to embark upon a career in stand up comedy, making the final of So You Think You're Funny in August 2013. 'Fast-paced wit... Quick and clever' (www.theupcoming.co.uk) 'Refreshingly original... Excellent' (Broadway Baby) 'Makes vitriol adorable, delivers funny dark material as though butter wouldn't melt' (Wildcard Comedy) 'Ace... Strong set... Strong persona' (London is Funny) '... the refreshingly innovative and quick-witted Jenny Collier' (Funhouse Comedy).
See 15 tour dates featuring Jenny Collier
Affable quick-witted banter merchant Sam Avery wanted to be a rock star! It nearly happened! Snapped up by music bigwigs at the tender age of 17 and touring with Motorhead and Ice T, he quickly developed a taste for sweat and snakebite. 'A comic you just know is gonna be big' (www.Manchestercomedy.com).
See 49 tour dates featuring Sam Avery
'Toby is an actor, writer and comedian, who has a stupid name that no-one can pronounce or spell. He was born in a small cottage in Ludlow, Shropshire at the turn of the century, and even as a baby, sported a rather manly collection of facial hair.' Manchester comedy Legend and host of XS Malarkey. Toby was the inaugural winner of The Les Dawson Award, beating a shortlist including Peter Kay, Daniel Kitson, Dave Spikey, Ken Dodd, Caroline Ahearne, Craig Cash and Steve Coogan. He works regularly in TV and Radio having appeared in shows ranging from Coronation Street to Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights. 'Superior stand-up skills – very, very funny' (The Guardian) 'A comedy genius' (Metro).
See 5 tour dates featuring Toby Hadoke
Kathryn Miller, Ryan Kenny
The Bread Shed
- 129 Grosvenor Street
- M1 7HL