Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club
Comedy • What's On at the NAC
Showing: 18/09/2021 to 18/09/2021
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED FROM THE SLADE ROOMS, ALL TICKETS REMAIN VALID.
**THIS SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED FROM THE SLADE ROOMS TO OUR NEW OUTDOOR MARQUEE ‘NEW HORIZONS’ STAGE. ALL TICKETS REMAIN VALID**
Susan Murray (MC)
Loveable and cheeky Wulfrian and Midlands legend Susan Murray is regarded as one of the best female stand ups in the UK and no wonder then that Huffington Post put her the Words TOP 100 funny women Tweeters.
She’s wrote for and was a guest on Jeremy Hardy Talks To The Nation and has also starred in Stephen K Amos’ Idiots Guide both for Radio 4. Add to this four successful solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival as well as performing in several comedy plays and sketches and what you see is multitalented comedian. Her TV acting debut in the third series of ITV’s “The Job Lot” alongside Jo Enright and Russell Tovey demonstrated even more comedic versatility as she did when touring the UK with Britain’s Got Talent star Daliso Chaponda.
In doesn’t end there as Susan has written and starred in the topical web show ‘Britain’s Got People’ with Dave Cohen ( Have I Got News For You/ Horrible Histories) and he list of funny work sis seemingly never ending.
Not surprising Susan has traveled all over the wold being funny: Quatar, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Germany, Luxembourg, Brussels, Ireland to name but a few. Closer to home you may have seen her at music festivals including Glastonbury, Bestival, The Big Chill, Reading, V, Download.
Susan has bags of charm and fun, she’ll surprise you with a her rapier wit and somehow is adoringly charming whilst bradishsing hilariously no-nonsense down to earth working class grit.
“Feisty fire-headed pocket rocket “Broadway Baby
“Her ability to make quirky connections allows her to build a compelling believable and richly funny picture of 21st century womanhood..Anyone who loves the work of Sarah Millican and Kerry Godliman will find plenty to enjoy here” The Guardian
“Cynicism that could fell a rhino at 1000 paces. Like it.” Al Murray
“A feisty comedy fireball of fun” Time Out
“One of the funniest women in Britain as she enthralled us all with her feisty Wolverhampton wit” 100% Biker Magazine
“If you only go and see one comedian in Edinburgh this year, make it Susan Murray you lazy b*stard” Jeremy Hardy
“She has the mentality of a spiteful 14 yr old boy! Very admirable in a young lady!” Arthur Smith
“Susan Murray’s baffled everywoman persona cloaks a dry, intelligent wit.” Stewart Lee
Pat Monahan is the only comedian we’ve ever known who’s embarked on not one, but two national tours, at the same time! The first was a result of winning ITV’s ‘Show Me The Funny’ and the other was own tour his show “Hug Me I Feel Good”.
A notoriously warm and friendly comic he also holds the world record for “Longest Hug” at a time of 25 hours and 25 minutes set at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013.
He’s appeared on numerous television shows from BBC1, 2, 3 to ITV1 and 2, Channel 4, Channel 5, and Sky 1. And the reason he’s done all this? He’s absolutely 100% cast iron hilarious and never fails to entertain a crown into delightful hysterics. Frankly, once an act gets to this level they stop playing the circuit so this might be the last chance to see Monahan in a comedy club!
“A force of nature, effortless charm and the mother of all feelgood finales” Mail on Sunday
“Star-In-the-making” Daily Telegraph “Bright young talent” The Sunday Times
“Comic masterpiece” Three Weeks
A truly sought after comedy mind, extremely in demand at an international level – everyone wants a piece of Michael Legge and his often improvised irreverence and spikey tongue in cheek antics have been put to use on the likes of Sky One’s ‘Street Cred Sudoku’ and MTV’s European Music Awards. The themes in his shows often include the spontaneity of his surroundings. And this live wire performer has funny popping out of him at every opportunity.
He has written for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, MTV, VH1 and other media, and has appeared in numerous venues throughout the UK as well as in Australia, United States, Canada, Singapore, the Netherlands, Germany and Dubai. Legge has also performed warm-up for television shows such as 8 Out of 10 Cats, Would I Lie to You? and many others. Before becoming a professional comedian, Legge featured in several TV commercials.
Legge co-founded and performed in the cult comedy sketch show The Real Daniel O’Donnell Show (2007–2008) at The Albany, London. The monthly show featured Legge along with Paul Litchfield and Jeremy Limb of sketch group The Trap and Margaret Cabourn-Smith and Zoe Gardner of The Congress of Oddities, with contributions from Dan Mersh. It also regularly featured stand-up comedian guests and live bands. The Real Daniel O’Donnell Show spawned the 2008 Edinburgh Festival show The Clock Hour.
Legge was nominated for a BAFTA award for his writing on the MTV website of the show The Osbournes and his blog won the 2009 Chortle award for Best Off-Stage Contribution
“Often copied, never matched” Time Out
Simon Lomas is one of the most promising stand ups we’ve ever seen. Already making waves, this ungainly and socially awkward geek will doubtless go onto big things as his distinctive style is matched by superb jokes and highly unique delivery. He’s already a multi award wining act and is being widely talked about a ross the comedy industry – catch him now while you can!
“Imaginative, delightful wordplay” Chortle
“Sharp and solid joke writing” The Skinny
All line ups are subject to change, but don’t worry, we’ll only replace them with someone just as funny!
Doors Open: 6.45pm
Event Start: 7.30pm
Seated General: £16.50