Mystery guest to headline at the Mill

November 12, 2019

Mystery guest to headline at the Mill

Our last but one Live Comedy Night of the year headlines a Very Special Guest, who is a regular panellist on ‘Mock The Week’ and has also appeared on ‘Live at the Apollo’ and ‘Pointless Celebrities’. All will be revealed on the night but definitely not one to be missed!

Opening the night will be winner of ITV’s ‘Show Me The Funny’ the instantly loveable and unique Patrick Monahan, with his trademark hyperactive and freewheeling charm. Following the release of his debut DVD he was a guest on ‘Loose Women’ and also appeared alongside Philip Schofield and Jason Manford on ITV's ‘Comedy Annual’. More recently he appeared on ITV’s ‘Splash’. Of Irish-Iranian decent, but brought up on Teeside, he shares tales of his memories. He exudes warmth and charisma; his friendly style mixed with his hilarious story telling leaves his audiences wanting for more.

Completing the line-up is the sharp and shrewd Robyn Perkins, who draws the crowd in with her honest and philosophical conversations.

Compere for the night will be the Mill’s resident MC, Pete Teckman, who has been crowned Silver Stand Up of the Year 2017 at Leicester Comedy Festival, an award for comedians over 40 years of age, with his mix of self-deprecating and observational humour.

All tickets are priced at £15 (incl booking fee) and can be bought here. Doors to the Malt Room bar open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm.

The next comedy night – the last one of 2019 – will be held on Friday 27 December headlining Sean Collins and Andy Askins. Over a third of tickets have already sold so if you want to buy tickets for someone as a Christmas gift or as a treat for after Christmas then book online now!

Towcester Mill is fast becoming known as a comedy venue in its own right as more and more acts line up to perform in the building best known for its ales. It joined forces with Funhouse Comedy in April 2017 to bring some of the UK’s top comedians, as well as the country’s finest rising stars, to Towcester.