The Something New Show | The Old Courts Wigan  | Thu 26th July 2018 Lineup

The Something New Show

The Old Courts in Wigan

Thursday 26th July 2018

7:30pm til 11:30pm

Minimum Age: 14

The Something New Show Returneth! And it’s bearing gifts!

 
This event has already happened!

This event occurred in July 2018. If you're looking for a upcoming event, try the links below:

Reviews of this event

Be the first to leave your review of this event »

The Something New Show on Thursday 26th July 2018

The Something New Show Returneth! And it’s bearing gifts!

Up this month we have Chris Boyle. Chris, Comedian. Lawyer. Teacher. Beard grower. Not necessarily in the right order. His full length comedy shows ‘Self-Awareness’ and ‘Polymath’ were sold out the last time he played here at The Old Courts so do yourself a favour - Do not miss this stand-up set!
Sharing the bill with Chris is Frankie Blaus. Young Identity are Manchester’s finest spoken word collective. Boisterous, lyrical mastery with charismatic delivery. Tonight’s spotlight will be on Frankie Blaus. Enjoy!
Casino Improv will be on hand to ensure that the lid is lifted off, but replaced respectfully.

Over 14's with an adult

Thursday 26th July | The Court Room: Entrance 6 | Doors & Bar Open 7:30pm
FREE ENTRY

Disclaimer

Please note we have multiple venues in the same building and each has their own Style and Configuration, please make sure that you are comfortable with the Venue prior to booking tickets.

This Event is:

Casual Layout – There will be some Bar Style chairs and tables in the venue but may be space left for dancefloor space. We cannot reserve this type of seating and cannot guarantee that the amount of seating will cover the capacity of the event. We recommend early arrival to avoid disappointment. We cannot stop people standing on the dancefloor which may disrupt line of sight to the stage.

Please note: The event information above has been added by the organiser. Whilst we try to ensure all details are up-to-date we do not make any warranty or representation as to the accuracy or completeness of the information shown.