Don’t expect a fright so much as an evening of laughter and entertainment at TCAT on Wednesday 13 February at 7:30pm – doors open at 7pm. It’s the touring production of Frankenstein, and we think it’s right up the alley of Comedy Hall audience – and described as “eye-watering comedy”. Tickets are on sale at £12 for adults £10 for concessions and £8 for students from the Northcott Box Office by phoning 01392 493493 or by visiting www.exeternorthcott.co.uk. Alternatively you can visit Tiverton Tourist Information Centre on Phoenix Lane.
Show sponsored by www.horsefinder.co.uk All the talk is about our headliner for February 4th, Piff The Magic Dragon. Below I’ve put a couple of links to some great footage of Piff. HOWEVER – LOOK AT THE QUALITY OF ALL 3 ACTS!! But let’s talk about our opener, Gareth Richards, who is a growing name in comedy himself. Here are a some great links you might like: Gareth Richards does ‘Fridge’ on Russell Howard’s Good News Gareth Richards, again on Russell Howard’s Good News doing stand-up Gareth Richards with Frank Skinner doing his song Christmas Comedown And how about Mark Olver? Here he is . . .
Great write-up in the Mid Devon Gazette about our exciting move to Tiverton Community Arts Theatre…
A message from Paul B Edwards for all budding stand-ups: The Lastminutecomedy Club New Comedian Of The Year returns with heats taking place in March & April and finals in May. Previous finalists have included Carly Smallman, Wouter Meijs, Kate Lucas, Darren Walsh, Jay Foreman, Damian Kingsley and last year’s winner Pete Beckley. This is not a competition for time wasters, brand new acts or people looking for stage time. The winner of the overall competition gets full bookings at all of our gigs during the next calendar year which ultimately amounts to around £1000 worth of work (but this . . .
Big laughs will soon be on the bill at Tiverton Community Arts Theatre, with the announcement that Tiverton’s popular comedy club has signed up to use the theatre from 2013. Comedy Hall will run 11 monthly shows at TCAT, and was previously based at the New Hall, operated by Tiverton Town Council. Julian Morgan, Chairman of TCAT, said: “The increasing popularity of Comedy Hall together with a growing awareness of TCAT, Tiverton’s newest and largest performance venue, means that together we can accommodate bigger audiences and higher profile acts in our well-equipped theatre. “With great plays, music, dance and now . . .