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Tanyalee Davis - Fitz of Laughter Comedy Club tickets

Katie Fitzgeralds in Stourbridge

Friday 7th April 2017

8:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

As seen on Live At The Apollo and The John Bishop Show! With full pro support in the marquee!

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Tanyalee Davis - Fitz of Laughter Comedy Club on Friday 7th April 2017


Standing at 3ft 6in tall, Tanyalee is the Ferrari of comedy - low to the ground and kind of racy.

Canadian born, Tanyalee currently makes the stage her home while touring all over the world bringing the funny!

2015 saw her UK Television prime-time debut when she appeared on BBC1’s The John Bishop Show, quickly followed by her amazing debut on BBC2's Live At The Apollo 2015 Christmas Special. Both of these dazzling performances saw her stock as a headline comic rise to even greater heights! She has also appeared as a guest on Channel 4's The Last Leg.

'Tanyalee Davis is simply one of the funniest people I know. She has a unique view of the world and if you haven't seen her I urge to go, sit back, relax and laugh.' John Bishop

'Joan Rivers meets a pile-driver' The Scotsman

'She was rude and crude but side-splittingly hilarious' The Shields Gazette


Year after year Johnny Sorrow stormed it at the Cradley and Stourbridge British Legion in his regular spot between the tombola and the chicken in the basket. Johnny was all set for national and possibly international stardom after being voted Black Country Bugle Light Entertainer of the Year 1989. However, after losing out the following year to Stanley Stardust, a plate spinner from Smethwick, Johnny turned his back on showbiz… a broken man… to become a cobbler.

In 2004 Johnny Sorrow made his come back, re-launching himself in London and across the UK, finally making a triumphant return to the West Midlands.

'The bloke set the place alight' - Dudley Fire Service

Winner of the Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality 2011 @ Edinburgh Fringe


Mickey Sharma is an Indian that was born in Pakistan in 1982 while his father was working for the Indian Embassy. After living in Pakistan, the family moved to Beijing, then Hong Kong, before finally moving back to India in 1990 where he lived till 2002 when he moved to Birmingham.

Having endured various jobs like a waiter, shelf stacker, camera assistant and bouncer, Mickey started comedy in 2009 and now works as a full time comic travelling all over the UK and beyond.

'Live wire, engaging energy' Chortle

'Mickey Sharma has an act that brings that little twist of brilliance, biting comedy with a back beat and soul' The Eastern Eye

'A very enjoyable, laugh a minute, roller coaster ride' The List


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