Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Damage, Gore and More at the Lancaster Comedy Club

Damage and Gore are heading for Lancaster in August!

But have no fear, the apocalypse is some way away -- and Damage and Gore are merely the latest line up at the Lancaster Comedy Club.

In a rare Northern appearance, Brian Damage and Krysstal pop up from that London to close the show. In a diversion from the usual 'blokes with jokes' we see so much of, the duo deftly weave songs, stories and gags through a litany of domestic bickering!

A firm favourite at music and comedy festivals across Europe, they are established as one of the most original acts in the land despite their obvious vaudeville heritage.

Confident and original with a brilliant command of language, Sam Gore’s been wowing crowds and rapidly climbing the comedy ladder since his debut  six  years ago. Having cemented his position as one of the best new performers on the circuit with no less than five New Act of the Year titles, he’s gone on to impress everywhere from weekend clubs to music festivals, biker rallies, theatres and has started to creep onto our TV screens with an appearance on FHM's stand Up Hero as well as writing gags for Russell Howard's Good News and  and Chris Addison.

Support comes from newcomer Peter Brush and Prestonian Phil Ellis comperes.

• Admission is £9 on the door (subject to availability)  or £7 in advance (up until 4pm) . Meal deals are available for only £12 Online booking and further info at www.lancastercomedy.co.uk

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