October 4th Rob Deering, Alan Francis and Mary Bourke

October 4th 2018

Three fantastic headline acts for the price of one just tickets £10



Watch his “October Rap” here

Rob Deering is a comedian and presenter.  He has recently hosted The Comedy Club on BBC Radio 4 Extra as well as appearing on Pointless Celebrities (BBC One) with Lucy Porter and winning Celebrity Mastermind (BBC One). He also won a special comedian’s edition of The Weakest Link – Rob is the only person ever to have won without getting a question wrong! Rob is a regular contributor to Steve Lamacq’s Roundtable on BBC Radio 6 Music. His other credits include Comedy Rocks With Jason Manford (ITV) and Celebrity Total Wipeout (BBC One). As well as touring the UK with his critically-acclaimed solo shows.

“Ingenious and hilarious” The Guardian

“As sharp and versatile as a Swiss Army knife, Rob Deering is one of the best performers on the circuit” The Independent

“Inspired” The Telegraph

And a lovely live clip


our favourite acerbic Irish ‘lady’

Alan Francis

Scottish comedian ALAN FRANCIS first came to the notice of comedy audiences when he won Channel 4’s So You Think You’re Funny Award in 1991. Since then his reputation has grown as a writer, stand-up and actor.

His diverse acting roles include the award winning play PENETRATOR at the Royal Court and Traverse Theatre. In 1995 he co-wrote and co-starred in JEFFREY DAHMER IS UNWELL at the Edinburgh Festival. The play was critically acclaimed and transferred to the Hampstead Theatre in London. He appeared in MISS CONCEPTIONS at the1996 Edinburgh Festival and has completed successful runs in both THE BEST OF SCOTTISH COMEDY and THE BEST OF SO YOU THINK YOU’RE FUNNY? In 2002 he presented his one-man show CLOBBERED (a black comedy) at the Edinburgh festival where it received rave reviews. Last year he appeared in TAKE A CHANCE ON ME (A New End Hampstead Theatre Production).

On television he continues to work as a writer/performer on ALISTAIR McGOWAN’S BIG IMPRESSION (BBC 1 – 4 series). The show won Best Entertainment Show at the British Comedy Awards 2000. Other television includes SPY TV, FIST OF FUN, BETWEEN THE LINES, the Alan Partridge Christmas Special KNOWING ME, KNOWING YULE, THE ALEXEI SAYLE SHOW, and ALAS SMITH AND JONES (all BBC), FUNNY FARM (STV) and BBC Scotland’s PULP VIDEO, COMEDY NATION (BBC), for which he also wrote and LENNY GOES TO TOWN (BBC), THE 11 O’CLOCK SHOW (Ch4) and STAND-UP (BBC). Most recently Alan appeared in THE LAST LAUGH… (BBC).