First Thursday Comedy @ The Met, Bury
Joey Page, Raymond Mearns, James Ellis and MC Mick Ferry all at The Bury Met! Please scroll down for comedians’ details.
Acts subject to change. Fully seated. 18+ Proper sweary swearing. 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. We can only refund or reallocate if the show is cancelled. Thanks!
Joey Page was 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
Something of a comedy god in his native Scotland, the superbly sweary Raymond Mearns combines razor sharp observations with blinding improvisation and audience interaction to produce the most memorable comedy you are every likely to see. As well as performing stand up, Raymond has acted in everything from two films with legendary director Ken Loach to to the Cheesy Strings advert.
“Genius” Frankie Boyle “Loved watching him” Kevin Bridges
Mick Ferry is, quite simply, the best MC working in the UK today. Whether he’s running with a scatterbrained idea, an audience suggestion or dipping into his extensive mental files of absolute, top drawer gags and routines, the end result is a barrage of laughter from a very happy audience and that is what we are all about.
“See him or regret it” John Bishop
Your middle act for the evening is James Ellis
First Thursday Comedy @ The Bury Met is booked by Comedy In A Van