Glossop Comedy Club
Bank Holiday Sunday with Kevin Gildea, Simon Wozniak, Thomas Henry and MC Alex Boardman 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.
Dublin stand up Kevin Gildea started off in a sketch troupe with a certain Ardal O’ Hanlon! A regular on Ireland’s RTE his many telly appearances span everything from interviewing everyone from Eddie Izzard to Kermit The Frog. He also popped up in Father Ted as Father Cave. Stand up comedy remains Kevin’s first love though and we can’t wait to see him unleashed on the unsuspecting folk of Alsager.
“Brave, unafraid and compelling…..and very, very funny.’ Tommy Tiernan
‘Comedy on another level.’ Irish Times “Explosively funny’. Sunday Times
Simon Wozniak’s honest, inimitable, no holds barred opinions on the world and frenetic and opinionated style have seen him rise phenomenally through the comedy ranks. Cheerfully self-deprecating, Simon is confident with joke structure and can use his skills to present unpredictable punchlines which take the wind out of his audience!
“A real star in the making” Time Out “Cleverly off-beat” Independent
MC Alex Boardman, who cut his comedic teeth on the burgeoning Manchester scene with sets at the Frog & Bucket often followed by an all nighter at The Hacienda! Family life may have tempered the inner wild child but it’s certainly added to both the maturity and the relatability of his stand up. A gifted gag smith, Alex writes for a lot of big names and TV shows including John Bishop, A Question Of Sport and many we’re not allowed to say!
“Very funny” Sarah Millican “Double funny” Shaun Ryder
Thomas Henry takes the middle spot Glossop Comedy Club is booked by Comedy In A Van