Category Archives: comedian

Review // Russell Brand Re: Birth Tour

Tuesday 21st November the Baths Hall was packed for a night with Russell Brand for his latest tour Re: Birth. Continue reading Review // Russell Brand Re: Birth Tour

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Knock Knock comedy club

Thursday, 9 March, 2017 8:00PM

This show takes place at The Baths Hall in the downstairs Lounge Bar, tickets are limited.

Tickets are priced £10.00 each, booking fee may apply.

Three more Comedians will take to the Knock Knock Comedy Club stage. The event will be held in our downstairs Lounge and tickets are limited.

Amongst the performers over the last three years, the likes of Katherine Ryan, Gary Delaney and Joel Dommett as seen on I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here 2016 have all performed on our Knock Knock stage! Acts to be announced.

Acts are Subject to change.
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Joel Dommet Returns to The Baths Hall

We had the pleasure of seeing Joel perform first time round at the Baths Hall for their comedy night Knock, Knock. Where Joel headlined the small stage in the bar area of the venue. This time he is back and he has the whole auditorium. He is well worth watching. With such a cheery and smiley stage presence and abundance of sarcasm and wit.
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Review // Adam Hastings @ COM-INDIE

The last COM INDIE night saw it’s best turn out to date. £3 comedy on a Thursday night at a lovely venue.

We took our sofa at the front with our hot beverages and saddled up for the evening ahead.

There were six comedians but one in particular stood out, a geordie fellow called Adam Hastings. Turns out he isn’t just a good comedian he is also John Lennon in the popular Bootleg Beatles touring tribute band.

Adam had the audience laughing from the start using audience members to gain more laughs. Comparing people in the audience to famous personalities. One being Gunther from friends and I got the likeness of his science teacher Miss Murphy. His comedy was intimdatingly funny with his direct approach and delivery. Asking audience members out right what they thought of Alan Shearer until he got the answer he didn’t want so he could use his comebacks.

He had the ladies behind us actually crying with laughter that when I looked back one was actually wiping her face from tears.

Seeing Adam was worth my £3 alone nevermind the rest of the laughs we had with the other comedic talent on the night. It’s always great to find new and talented comedians at these low key, intimate comedy nights and if you like comedy then you should definitely give it a chance.

I think this is probably the most I have laughed overall at a comedy night and the organisers do a fantastic job at bringing this talent to Scunthorpe and performing theirselves, bringing us the improv comedy section in the middle of the acts, which resembles mock the week and audience members shout out categories for the comedians to cover.

So why not come along. The next COM-INDIE will take place in October and can be found via the Giggles Live Facebook page.

See you at Cafe INDIE next month for a whole lot of laughs.

The Baths Hall // Alan Davies New Tour ‘Little Victories’

We are delighted to have been asked by Alan Davies PR team if we would like to interview him, of course we said we would love to. So we should have an interview up soon but until then, here is the press release for Alan Davies new Tour, he will be visiting The Baths Hall in Scunthorpeunnamed on Friday 20th March.

Mick Perrin Worldwide presents ALAN DAVIES with his new tour LITTLE VICTORIES.

UK TOUR SPRING 2015

“ONE OF THE BEST STAND-UP COMICS OUT THERE…PACKED WITH DEFT SILLINESS AND

SHREWD OBSERVATION” Guardian

Following the phenomenal success of his 55 date UK tour of Little Victories in 2014, Alan Davies is proud to
announce a further 14 dates in Spring 2015.
His previous show, Life Is Pain – his first UK tour in over a decade – was critically acclaimed in Australia,
New Zealand and across the UK and due to unprecedented public demand, was extended twice running for almost eighteen months culminating in the release of a DVD of the show filmed at London’s iconic Apollo Hammersmith.

“DAVIES HAS LOST NONE OF HIS APPEAL…HEART-TUGGING AND DEEPLY FUNNY” Big Issue
Alan Davies – probably best known as the much-loved resident dunderhead on QI or the star of iconic television series Jonathan Creek – began his career in stand-up comedy in 1988 and was runner-up in the City Limits New Act of the Year contest 1989. He was named Time Out Best Young Comic in 1991 and made his network television debut on Tonight with Jonathan Ross in 1992. In 1993 two appearances on C4’s Viva Cabaret led to a nomination for a British Comedy Award as Best Newcomer.

In 1994 he won an Edinburgh Festival Critics Award for Comedy and a Perrier Award Nomination and the show was released on VHS as Live At The Lyric. The following year he appeared at the Montreal, Melbourne and Auckland Comedy Festivals and was nominated for a British Comedy Award as Best Stand-Up Comedian.

In 1996 he took the eponymous role of Jonathan Creek, written by David Renwick. The show continues to attract huge audiences and has won numerous awards, including a BAFTA for Best Drama and a National TV Award His 1998 show, Urban Trauma ran at the Duchess Theatre before touring the UK and was recorded for a DVD and shown on BBC1 with a documentary series about the tour, Stand-Up with Alan Davies.

In 2001 Alan took the role of Bob in Russel T.Davies’ Bob & Rose for which he was awarded Best Actor in a Drama at the Monte Carlo Television Awards.

“A WELL-ROUNDED AND HILARIOUS SHOW…A WONDERFUL RETURN TO STAND-UP” Chortle

In 2002, he starred in Auntie and Me by Morris Panych for another sell-out season at Edinburgh before
transferring to the Wyndham’s Theatre for a four month West End run. That same year Alan took part in a comedy pilot hosted by Stephen Fry. QI has subsequently run every year since 2003.
The lead role in two series of the ITV1 legal drama, The Brief, followed, and in 2009 Penguin published his first book, My Favourite People 1978-1988 which was adapted into a three part documentary series for

Channel 4 called Teenage Revolution (also the title for the paperback). In 2010 he took the lead role of chef Roland White in the BBC2 sitcom Whites and in 2011 Alan co-wrote and starred in a short film for Sky One as part of their Little Crackers Christmas season before returning to Australia for a successful tour of QI Live followed by a sell-out tour of his new stand-up show, Life Is Pain. Alan starred in a new series of Jonathan Creek this Spring and is currently recording a new series of QI.

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