Comedy night returns to Victorian Horbury pub, featuring 'world class' comedian
and live on Freeview channel 276
Hosted at The Calder Vale Hotel in Horbury, this year’s event will be the second anniversary of “Comedy at the Calder”, following on from last year’s success.
Headlining the show at the Victorian building built in 1874, and home to the acclaimed Luddite Brewing Company, is Martin Mor, described as “world class” by The Scotsman. A “veritable legend” of British comedy, Martin has numerous television credits including Tramadol Nights, Gas and Comic Asides.
According to Frankie Boyle: "Martin is the act who has influenced me the most. The UK comedy circuit would not be the same without him.”
Opening the show is Phil Ellis, an Edinburgh Award winner who has been featured on The Russell Howard Hour, as well as writting and starring in three series of his radio sitcom "Phil Ellis is Trying” on BBC Radio 4.
The second series was nominated for best scripted comedy in the BBC Audio Drama Awards 2020.
There is a full supporting line-up of acts including Yorkshire Comedy Award winning Maxine Wade and the “hilariously effervescent” Al Stevenson.
The resident compere is the Metro Award winning Anthony J Brown.
The show starts at 8pm and tickets are priced £10.
For more information about the show on Saturday, December 16 and to book tickets, contact the venue or book online at https://www.wegottickets.com/event/599242#tickets