Off The Rails Comedy Club, Saddleworth on Sunday 26th June 2022
Rob Rouse, Daliso Chaponda, Karl Porter and MC Brennan Reece. Scroll down for details
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.
“Guaranteed to lighten even the darkest of moods” Edinburgh Evening News 'A delirious but hilarious man” The List
From Malawi to Britain via Canada, former refugee Daliso Chaponda has appeared on everything from QI to Britain’s Got Talent, from the Royal Variety Performance to his own, critically acclaimed Radio 4 series. A bold, fearless and energetic performer who nearly became a vicar, but that’s a different story for another time…
'Had the audience in stitches' The Sun ‘An expert entertainer. Gets laughs from topics other comedians shun’ The Guardian
Compere for the evening is Ashton's very own Brennan Reece who is fresh back form supporting Joe Lycett on tour. Brennan has appeared on everything from BBC's Live At The Apollo to E4's Celeb Coach Trip. Now touring in his own right, his cheeky, chirpy interactive style makes him the perfect compere. And, if you're a bit 'confused' as to where you've seen him before it is him on the advert.
Off The Rails Comedy Club is programmed, promoted and produced by Comedy In A Van
Acts subject to change. Fully seated. 18+ We want all our guests to have a great night so please respect those around you by turning off your phone and not talking whilst the show is in progress. Thanks!
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