If you’re looking for a fun-filled Father’s Day gift this year then why not snap up some tickets to Towcester’s hottest comedy venue and treat him to a hilarious night out?
Opening the night on Thursday 21 June – the night before the ever popular Midsummer Music weekend – will be stand-up comedian Paul Sinha, who has appeared on ITV’s ‘Tonight at The London Palladium’ and is currently one of the ‘chasers’ on ITV’s quiz show The Chase, as well as writer/host/presenter of Paul Sinha’s History Revision on Radio 4. The eloquent and intelligent ex-GP has found the perfect balance of mixing politics with comedy. His one-liners are delivered with the crisp clarity of cut glass and engaging warmth, creating a hugely entertaining and fascinating set.
Topping the bill is Irish comedian, Martin Mor. Starting out as a circus entertainer he then decided to turn to stand up. Having supported Frankie Boyle, Jack Dee, Lee Evans, Jasper Carrot, Patrick Kielty, Johnny Vegas, Steve Coogan and once Tina Turner on Tour, he is one of the most popular and well-traveled comics on the circuit. His fiery insults often directed at audience members are accepted with laughter when delivered by this gentle giant of a man.
Also appearing is the delightfully funny Freddie Farrell with his brilliantly structured dead-pan material. Compere for the night will be the appealing Carl Jones, who has a natural ability for telling humorous stories, which draw in the entire crowd.
All tickets are priced at £15 (incl booking fee) and can be bought via www.towcestermillbrewery.co.uk. Doors to the Malt Room bar open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm. Food will also be available from the Horseshoe Kitchen from 6pm-9pm.
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 has joined forces with Funhouse Comedy to ring some of the UK’s top comedians, as well as the country’s finest rising stars, to Towcester.
After taking a short summer break, the next comedy night at the Mill will be held on Thursday 27 September.