Jonny Cole - Comedy At The Court House on Friday 26th October 2018
Black Country musical comic Jonny Cole, from Wednesbury, is one of the freshest and funniest new comedians to hit the circuit in the last few years. Comparisons to Jasper Carrott and Tim Minchin (depending on the reviewers age!) tell only half the story. Jonny writes and performs original songs about life, love and loss (his Xbox!) with hilarious results. A regular presenter on Black Country Radio, his songs have been viewed more than one million times on Youtube.
With support from Adam Staunton and Che Burnley
Hosted by resident MC Wayne Beese
reviews from our previous shows
'First night at the Court House and I've got to say it was bloody fantastic, Wayne was his usual awesome self, and the 3 acts were bloody brilliant. Definitely coming to the next one.' Graham Edwards
'Another top line up. 3 brilliant comedians...looking forward to the next one in April.' Gary Horwood
'First visit to Comedy at the Courthouse....another great room for comedy nights, and the 3 acts were great. At only £10 per ticket, it offers a great value, fun night out in Dudley. There's not much going on in the town centre these days, so it's important that nights such as this are supported.' Rikki Bateman
'Top comedy acts being brought to Dudley every month for only a tenner! I highly recommend these nights, always top notch entertainment! Belly loffs aplenty! Proper Black Country Scratchings, Real Ales, and Cheese & Onion cobs all available on the night. What else do you need? Support it or lose it....you won’t be disappointed.' Karen Westwood
'First time at the Court House and it was a top night. Three excellent acts (Steve Royle in particular was hilarious) and a great atmosphere.' Graeme Goodaker
'Second time going to this comedy club.....great night of fun and laughter.' Jackie Kelly
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