Join us for a fantastic night of live comedy as our selection of regional acts take to the stage at the Totally Wicked Stadium.
Your ticket, priced at £20, includes curry and naan bread.
MC – Jamie Sutherland
A headline act on the comedy circuit, working for some of the country’s finest clubs. Jamie is also a corporate hospitality MC at Everton FC, for all their home games.
A very original act, who will keep you amused with gags, tales, and stories. Jamie is a modern act, with many observational topics, and up to date material, and don’t worry if you prefer a good old-style gag, he has plenty of them thrown in, ensuring a performance that will touch everyone’s buttons.
He has supported some of the biggest names in comedy, and has gained a reputation as one of the rising stars of comedy with the sell-out crowds, and his fellow comedians.
Headline Act – Archie Kelly
As an actor, Archie is best known for his comic portrayal of Kenny “Dalglish” Senior in the award-winning Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights. He has also appeared in a number of popular TV shows including another award-winning series, Jimmy McGovern’s The Street, however, it is as a live performer that Archie excels.
Archie emerged onto the alternative comedy scene as Jackie ‘Mr Goodtime’ Valencio with his hilarious parodies and superb vocal impressions. “Funniest thing I’ve seen in ages.” Peter Kay. Archie quickly went on to become a headline act in most of the well-known clubs such as The Comedy Store in Manchester. He also did a successful national stand-up tour, Jumping on the Bandwagon, along with other members of the Phoenix Night’s cast.
Sam Avery wanted to be a rock star. It nearly happened.
Despite being signed up by BMG Records at the age of 17 (he had to resign from his beloved paper round), and subsequent tours with Motorhead and Ice T, the story soon took a familiar turn. Contracts were annulled, money was stolen and before he knew it he was back at the paper shop asking for his fluorescent bag back. He had crap hair anyway.
Subsequent jobs (including a brief stint as a stockbroker) failed to excite him the way the smell of sweat and snakebite had and it wasn’t long before he turned to stand-up.
Friendly and enthusiastic, his observational style instantly puts audiences at ease allowing him to regale them with his tales of everyday life.
Marvyn Dickinson is both the star of BBC’s BAFTA nominated DNN. Nando’s New Comedian of The Year 2014. He has that indefinable x-factor some comics have and some don’t and the result is one very warm and incredibly funny act.Get Tickets