Review: Sam Gore, Katie Mulgrew, Kiri Pritchard McLean, John Purvis & Tony Jameson – Flix Movie Cafe, Hartlepool
Andrew Dipper reviews this one.
Four university students have organised a comedy night at the North Terrace in Newcastle.
Review: Phil Ellis, Ben van der Velde, Gavin Webster, Mr Drayton, Sam Gore & Tony Jameson – The Bridge Hotel, Newcastle.
The upstairs room of the Bridge Hotel is home to one of Newcastle’s most intimate comedy nights. The monthly Laughing Penguin has clocked up two years, and this birthday gig packed out the room, with punters standing in the doorway and sitting on the window sills. All this despite the attractions of Arsenal making their […]
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Review: Stu And Garry, Richard Gadd, John Whale, Tommy Reid, James Kirk & Tony Jameson – The Bridge Hotel, Newcastle
Dan Schwendener reviews The Laughing Penguin’s Christmas special.
This Wednesday (15th). Be there.
With six local comedians sandwiched between a selection of top Northern musicians, you could be forgiven for suggesting the comedy on show at Split Festival this year was merely a token gesture by festival organisers. Thankfully, though, the performing comics didn’t feel like an irrelevance whilst on stage, with a few thousand people crowding around Stage Two on Saturday to see MC Tony Jameson, Sunderland’s own Nick Cranston, Tom Tolson and headliner Steffen Peddie.
Presented by The Laughing Penguin comedy club in Newcastle, Late Night Laughs is a lively show from North East based comics Tony Jameson, Andy Wolton and Nick Cranston.