The show, which is headlined by the reliably funny Stan Stanley features Suzi Wild, Josh Dillon and will be headlined by the welcome return to Loddon Mill Arts of the acerbic wit of Alan Francis.
Alan is a popular favourite of the comedy club at Loddon Mill Arts. A Scottish comedian Alan Francis first came to the attention of comedy audiences when he won the So You Think You’re Funny award in 1991. In 1995 he co-wrote and co-starred in Jeffrery Dahmer Is Unwell at the Edinburgh Festival, and in 2002 he presented his one-man show Clobbered there.
He has worked as a writer/performer on Alistair McGowan’s Big Impression, BBC Scotland’s Pulp Video and The 11 O’Clock Show. On radio, Alan co-starred in Radio 4’s The Alan Davies Show and has also contributed to Alan’s Big One FM and Radio Five Live’s The Treatment.
Bangers & Mash – Pre booking required
We have a fully licensed bar serving bubbly, Adnams wines, beers and Humpty Dumpty ‘Little Sharpie’. We will also be serving local Butchers Wards Sausages with mash and onion gravy for only £4.50 per person, which will be served during the intervals – Vegetarian option also available. Please order food when you purchase your ticket via paypal below.
Buy your Comedy Tickets today!
Tickets are only £12.50 and are available from the following paypal link (£1.00 admin charge) and additionally from Rosie Lee’s Tearooms and Spooncake Tearooms, Bridge Street Loddon. Food can only be ordered via paypal or by phoning 01508 521800. We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us on Saturday March 4th for an illustrated and musical talk through the history of recorded music by multi ‘award winning’ Abbey Road Studios engineer Andrew Walter, including musical presentations and film footage.
Take a journey through recorded sound from the earliest recordings on 78 records, through tape, LP, CD and beyond! A glittering array of musicians from the world of classical, jazz and pop music! Hear rare unpublished archive recordings, watch films and listen to world famous bands like The Beatles and filmscores like the Bond movies or Harry Potter with a 3 course dinner!