Comedy @ Lion & Swan, Congleton
Joey Page, Lyndsey Santoro, Kieran Lawless and MC Harry Stachini all at Radley & Co, beneath The Lion & Swan, Congleton. Please scroll down for comedians’ details.
Acts subject to change. Proper sweary, swearing. swearing. Fully seated. 18+ We want all our guests to have a great night so please respect those around you by turning off your phone and not talking whilst the show is in progress. Sorry, but we can only refund or reallocate if the show is cancelled.
Joey Page was something of a cult comic, a hit at comedy festivals around the globe and popped up on Never Mind The Buzzcocks in it’s BBC 2 days. Now, there’s little better for a performer’s ego and reputation than being a cult but it can be tricky to pay those bills. Joey spent lockdown working on something more accessible and has struck the perfect pitch between ‘old’ Joey’s niche appeal and the instant, big laughs modern audiences expect. A stunningly original funnyman at the height of his game.
“Laugh-out-loud” ★★★★ Australia Times ★★★★★ Three Weeks
Naturally effusive and full of giddy joy, Birmingham’s Lindsey Santoro has emerged as one of the most original female voices to come out of the West Midlands and is one of the best hidden gems on the comedy circuit.
Credits include Channel 4’s The Joy of Missing Out, BBC Radio 4’s Elephant in the Room with Sarah Millican, and soon to be seen on Comedy Central Live. Recently Lindsey has been seen supporting Russell Kane and Joe Lycett on tour.
Dublin’s Kieran Lawless has worked in comedy clubs across Ireland and the UK including supporting Patrick Kielty in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre. He has appeared on RTE television twice and has scooped a number of New Comedian awards.
“Exceedingly entertaining, highly energised and side splittingly funny” northwestend.co.uk
Harry Stachini used to teach kids. Naughty kids. As in really, really naughty kids and, if you can make a success of that how difficult is a career as a stand up comedian? This natural comic, still of comparatively few summers, allows his natural warmth to carry hilarious tales and intricately spun stories with a skill usually only present in much more experienced comics.
Harry’s a grafter and his solid work ethic and reputation amongst both audiences and promoters make him the comedian to watch out for in the next year or so! An impressive easy-going style pulls off stand ups oldest trick of leaving us feeling we are chatting to a mate as he shares his distinctive outlook on the world, involves the audience and skilfully leads us into well-crafted scenarios, with expert delivery.
When not making people laugh like drains Harry writes, acts and films short sketches and documentaries.
“Well observed characterisations and anecdotes” The Skinny “Audience in stitches with gags” Bedfordshire News
The comedians you see at Comedy @ The Lion & Swan, Congleton are booked by Comedy In A Van.