Glossop Comedy Club
Gary Little, Sam Serrano, Tegan Marlow and MC Rob Rouse at the Crystal Ballroom, Glossop. Scroll down for comedians’ details.
Acts subject to change. Fully seated. 18+ Proper sweary, swearing. We want everyone to have a great night so please pop your phone on silent and don’t chat whilst the show is in progress. Thanks! Sorry, but we can only reallocate or refund if the show is cancelled.
Described as having performed ‘Some of the best stand up I’ve seen’ by fellow Glaswegian Kevin Bridges, Gary Little certainly makes an impression when he takes the stage. In fact, you might be mistaken for thinking the venue’s bouncer has just decided to give this stand up comedy lark a go. Appearances aren’t everything though and, as soon as Gary hits his stride, you will be enjoying a deftly skilled comic and story teller with a veritable library of side-splitting stories to tell.
Nothing is off topic for Gary, whether it’s something as mundane as dog walking etiquette, as comically ambitious as his own depression or even the occasions he has spent pleasuring Her Majesty (His 2009 show ‘He’s Only Jail Gay’ was a hit at the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe) you can rest assured he will make it devastatingly funny.
“A born raconteur” Scotsman ‘Brilliantly observed’ Herald
‘Tears were streaming down my face’ ★★★★★ Mumbles Comedy
Gender fluid and dyspraxic? Liverpool’s Sam Serrano certainly has a mine of comedic material in his day to day life and it’s small wonder their dark and self deprecating wit has taken the circuit by storm. It has also seen Sam provide tour support for Brennan Reece and perform an incredible five solo hour shows at Hot Water Comedy Club, Nottingham and Leicester Comedy Festivals
“Killer lines…a lot going for them, expect to see more” Chortle
“Laugh-out-loud funny” Yorkshire Post
Rob Rouse‘s career has seen him encompass pretty much everything from presenting Channel 4’s The Friday Night Project, to appearing the West End to teaching geography. We would like to point out that this isn’t in chronological order. Rob’s a one man comedy whirlwind who drags the audience into his craftily spun tall tales with bucketfuls of manic energy, first class stage craft, eerily convincing characterisations and a barrage of hilarious one liners.
“A delirious but hilarious man” ★★★★★ The List
“Guaranteed to lighten even the darkest of moods” ★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
London’s Tegan Marlow takes the middle spot