Comedy Night 2012

Comedy Night 2012


Back for a 3rd year the fantastic Comedy Night comes to you on Sunday September 2nd. The annual Comedy Night promises laughs from start to finish from 3 of the UK’s leading lights, all for the small sum of only £10.

Back by popular demand for a 3rd successive year

Jamie Sutherland!

One of the freshest, original acts to emerge in the last few years, Jamie has truly established himself on the comedy circuit, and is now very much in demand all over the UK.

A very original act, who will keep you amused with gags, tales, and stories. Liverpool born Jamie is a modern act, with many observational topics, and up to date material, and dont worry if you prefer a good old style gag, he has plenty of them thrown in, ensuring a performance that will touch everyones buttons.

Jamie is one of only a few comics that can tailor his performance to suit your audience, extremely popular with corporate clients, and hes equally at home performing to crowds at his nearby social club.

He can be seen regularly at Brinsop Comedy Club, Bolton, were he has been resident compere since Nov 2005, he has supported some of the biggest names in comedy, and has gained a reputation as one of the rising stars of comedy with the sell out crowds, and his fellow comedians.

Summer 2007 saw Jamie take his show into Europe, entertaining the masses of holidaymakers, and in January 2008 hes taking his tour to Sydney, Australia.

Jamie is available for charity events, sportsmans dinners, corporate evenings, basically, if theres a mic and a crowd then Jamie will be there to perform to you.

Jamie was recently chosen to host and Perform, alongside Beverley Knight, for the Bankhall Annual Conference in the Algarve,(previous hosts were Jack Dee and Lenny Henry) this was for 600 guests, from some of the biggest insurance companies in Europe.

The mouth for all occasions – Jamie Sutherland.

Quote from Jamie Sutherland on last years Comedy Night at BHCC - “Bomere heath cc is one of the finest comedy nights of the year”

Barry Dodds

When Barry strides onto stage and you know you’re in for a rollercoaster of a ride.

Barry has forged an enviable reputation for himself over the past few years, charming audiences nationwide, with his uniquely tailored combination of effervescent Geordie wit and disarming, down-to-earth observational humour.

With material ranging from the supernatural to euthanasia, everything is delivered with a cheeky smile that wins over even the most stony faced of the audience.

The charming Geordie motor-mouth has audiences in the palm of his hand, even when discussing near the knuckle subjects.


Liverpudlian-in-exile Silky has been a full time comedian since 1997.

He did his first gig in 1994, and his fourth gig (the final of the 1995 BBC New Comedy Awards alongside Lee Mack, Daniel Kitson and Julian Barratt) was shown on BBC1’s Stand-Up Show.

Other awards he has failed to win include the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year (prize-winning runner-up 2000), the Liverpool Echo Arts and Entertainment Award (the only person to be nominated twice: always the bridesmaid), the Perrier Best Newcomer (not even nominated for that one), the Time Out Award (didn’t get entry form in on time), the F.A. cup (not a football team), numerous Academy Awards, and so on.

The list gets longer every day. He did, however, win the 2000 BAF ‘Out There’ award for Artistic Courage, for a show at the Bakewell Arts Festival, where they were genuinely expecting folk music.

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