More comedy in store at Ropery Hall

There’s more great comedy in store at the end of the month as Barton upon Humber’s Ropery Hall plays host to the second Barnstormers Comedy Show of the season.

According to host Kevin Precious there’s a great line up in prospect with three more top acts taking to the stage of the Maltkiln Road venue.

On this occasion, Kevin will be playing host to  the baritone musings of racontuer  David Whitney,  clever up and coming one-liner wizard Peter Brush, and the delightfully droll and acerbic Dougie Dunlop.

David performed his first stand up comedy gig at the Friars Club in Beverly Hills. and since then he has not looked back and now plays some of the biggest clubs in the UK.  Also an accomplished bagpiper, David by personal request played at Gwen Stefani’s wedding.

“His material is a fine blend of political satire and pure filth, making him the thinking person’s comic.  So long as that person is thinking of something satirically filthy at the time,” said Kevin.

A highly distinctive performer and deft writer of finely crafted jokes, Peter Brush is noted for his arsenal of razor sharp quirky one-liners and peerlessly original routines, all delivered in an amusingly awkward fashion.

Peter has been a finalist in a variety of local and national comedy competitions including the BBC New Comedy Award 2013, as well as winning the Harrogate Comedian of the Year 2012.

The third act in the line up Dougie Dunlop is a highly talented observational comic, who has performed at all major comedy venues in the UK and abroad and was  Kevin Bridges’ tour support in 2012 and 2015.

October’s Comedy Club takes place on Friday, October 28th   starting at 8pm and tickets cost £10 in advance or £12 on the door

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