Jason Cook's Comedy Club

@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

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27 October 2017

8.00pm

£16.50

Award-winning comedian, creator and writer of BBC2’s Hebburn, Jason Cook brings the finest big name TV comedians to Hexham for a night of laughs like no other.

Since arriving in the UK back in 2013 Tanyalee Davis has stormed the UK comedy scene earning her appearances on prestigious comedy shows such as Live at the Apollo, The Last Leg, The John Bishop Show, and Jongleurs Live.“Tanyalee is simply one of the funniest people I know, she has a unique view of the world and if you haven’t seen her, I urge you to go, sit back, relax and laugh”. John Bishop

Dan Nightingale is one of stand-ups brightest stars and a natural on stage, a total original and one of comedy’s most exciting secrets. Dan combines cutting observation with his natural playfulness, raucous banter with beautiful surrealness, and great gags with heartfelt ramblings. ‘Nightingale can make just about anything funny. He’s lightning-quick’. Time Out

Glen Roughhead, a young, incredibly talented and charismatic singer songwriter & a member of the Geordie Rat Pack, together with award winning comedian and host Jason Cook get together to perform some songs in the middle!

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Queen's Hall
Beaumont Street
Hexham
NE46 3LS

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