Old Court Room Comedy Night
Join us at the Old Court Room above the Flying Horse Hotel for a night of great comedy brought to you by Ace Lips Events! Guests also get 10% of their food bill in the pub before the show. Doors open at 7.30pm and the show starts at 8.30pm.
Current Date/Time Selection
30 Sept 2022, 20:30
Rochdale, 37 Packer St, Rochdale OL16 1NJ, UK
About the Event
Friday 30th Sept is the next Ace Lips Comedy event at the Old Court Room above the Flying Horse, Rochdale
Doors open from 7:30pm with show time at 8:30pm
Reminder, your comedy ticket will also get you 10% off the food bill at either
The Flying Horse
MC Katie Tracey
Actress, writer and stand-up comic Katie Tracey has been honing her comedy skills and talents on the UK comedy scene for only a short time, but her stage presence has not gone un-noticed as she is already widely regarded as one of the best female MC’s in the North West.
Affable, cheeky and fun, but most importantly bloody funny.
BLACKPOOL COMEDY CLUB
Raised in Liverpool, Katie travels to various comedy nights to entertain a range of audiences, impressing them with her cheeky humour, affable manner and her shining ability to make friends with the audience. Not only is Katie a funny lady on stage, she is also an actor and blessed with great script writing talents, which have seen her write and perform at sold-out plays at The Liverpool Actor’s Studio.
Opener Jenny Hart
Lively musical comedy that just comes out joyously wrong and infinitely dirty,
lusciously dark and often quite flirty' #badtranny
"She’s a bold, brash, shameless presence full of gloriously inappropriate jokes and twisted, dark songs gleefully mocking some awful things. It’s a ribald, vulgar set, full of crude knockabout humour delivered with blunt vitality. And an absolute crowd-pleaser. She came second, and I suspect it was a close poll, for she’s a powerhouse surely poised to storm the circuit." - STEVE BENNETT,CHORTLE
"I can safely say Jenny got the best audience reaction this venue has ever seen" GAG N BONE MAN COMEDY
Awards and Competitions
2021 Beat the Frog World Series Runner Up
Stand Up for Cider 2021 - Grand Final - Runner Up
Leicester Laughs 2020 - Winner
London Cabaret Awards 2019 - Finalist
King Gong London 2019 - Winner
Pride in London 2019 - Finalist
Hackney Empire NATY 2019 - Finalist
Coastal Comedy Gong 2019 - Winner
Middle Kieran Lawless is an irish comedian, now based in Manchester. He has worked in comedy clubs across Ireland and UK including supporting Patrick Kielty in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre. He has appeared on RTE television twice as a Stand Up and has scooped a number of New Comedian awards
Awards: Bulmer’s Comedy Competition Winner 2007 Angelic Banana Comedy Smackdown Winner 2008 Tedfest Finalist 2007 Amused Moose Irish Finalist 2008 So you think you’re funny semi-finalist 2008
Television: The Takeover (RTE) Irish New Comedy Awards (RTE)
“Exceedingly entertaining, highly energised and sidesplittingly funny” Northwestend.co.uk
Sheffield based Comedian who although relative new to the circuit is holding his own on fhe stage and mastering the MC act on his own comedy nights, Tom is quick witted, mental health advocate, Winner of the Gong Wong heat 1 comedy prize in 2021.
Middle Don Hatton-Woods
Tik Tok favourite Dom Hatton-Woods is a hit both online and in person with his slightly confused, slightly arrogant persona.
Rising star Dom Hatton-Woods is a rare breed of comedian, talented both on stage and also highly successful online, providing regular content for online dating app Bumble and drinks company Hooch.
His Tik Tok posts often hit the 2 million viewers mark as he continues to create hilarious content on a daily basis.
On stage, Dom has provided tour support for Jamali Maddix and Daliso Chaponda is breaking into a lot of the major UK clubs.
"Hilarious from start to finish, I'd take him on the road anytime." - Jamali Maddix
Headliner Jamie MacDonald
Jamie’s credits include his own BBC Radio 4 series, Life On The Blink, his BBC Sounds comedy special, Blind-sided, and BBC Two’s Blind Ambition which he co-presents. He has also appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Fred at The Stand and Rosie Jones: Box Ticker, and BBC Radio Scotland’s Breaking The News and The Good, The Bad & The Unexpected. Jamie became the first blind comedian to be on a TV panel show when he was on the TV version of Breaking The News on BBC Scotland. He is also a regular contributor on BBC Radio Scotland including The Afternoon Show on which he co-hosts a monthly book club.
‘not afraid to milk his disability’
Ed Fest Magazine
‘Pure wit and confidence’
‘one of the funniest Scots on the circuit’
Line up may change.
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