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Big Mouth Comedy Club Middlesbrough | Middlesbrough Town Hall Middlesbrough  | Sat 7th March 2020 Lineup

Big Mouth Comedy Club Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough Town Hall in Middlesbrough

Saturday 7th March 2020

8:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Starring: MC Josh Jones, Christian Reilly, Richard Morton and Josh Pugh.

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Big Mouth Comedy Club Middlesbrough on Saturday 7th March 2020

Born and bred in Manchester, our MC Josh Jones in just three short years has gone from an open spot to a regular at some of the biggest comedy clubs in the country. 2019 saw Josh nominated for the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year, and he continues to wow audiences up and down the country. Josh was also named as one of Chortle’s Ones to Watch in 2019 and he appeared as part of the Pleasance Reserve at the Edinburgh Fringe.

‘'Engaging personality, and a back-story that should keep him in routines for years to come'’ Chortle

Christian Reilly has long been a favourite act at Big Mouth. His ‘Lolalternative rock' musical comedy is always a fantastic crowd pleaser. Sharp-eyed comedy fans will already know and love Christian Reilly for his award winning and downright hilarious work with both Rich Hall and Bill Bailey.

'A charmingly confident performer, an accomplished musician and a clever comic… The funniest songs I have heard in a long time' The Scotsman

Former Time Out Comedian of the Year, smart-suited Geordie Richard Morton is full of surprises and manic energy. His self-depreciating manner belies a razor sharp talent and with witty observations he tackles a plethora of life's situations in his hilarious songs. He's supported the likes of Jack Dee, Lee Evans, Jo Brand and Eddie Izzard on tour as well as having many TV credits to his name including Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Channel 4’s The Stand-Up Show

Comic genius - The Daily Express

His hilarious songs give musical comedy a good name - The Guardian

Josh Pugh won English Comedian of the Year 2016 only two years after playing his first gig. Josh’s clever, original, and (most importantly) very funny writing and performing continues to bring in plaudits, from Chortle to the Londonist to the London Evening Standard, and he undoubtedly has a blindingly bright future.

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