Wednesday 12 June 2019
£12 on the door
The Empress, Harrogate
8pm (doors 7.30pm)
27 in stock
Stylishly shirted, Yorkshire-born Scott’s sharply-written routines and slick audience interaction have made him one of Sitting Room’s favourite compères.
Scott is an English Comedian of the Year finalist and won the Comedy Cellar New Act of the Year and Old Speckled Hen Comedian of the Year competitions in 2011 and 2010 respectively.
A generous helping of wonderfully witty comic observations about life’s little quirks, relationships and human behaviour. Served by a Yorkshireman with relentless enthusiasm and boundless energy
Bio coming soon
From his very first gig in May 2014, English Comedian of the Year 2016 Josh Pugh has gained a proven track record of being a winner.
A previous winner of both the Birmingham Comedy Festival Breaking Talent Award and the Nottingham Comedy Festival New Act of the Year, Josh also managed to scoop the Midland New Act of the Year Award twice.
With his confident and clever writing that takes audiences off on glorious tangents, Josh also came third in the NATYs (formerly Hackney New Empire Comedian of the Year) and, with his unique and funny voice, he is guaranteed a very exciting future.
Offbeat ideas, strong imagery and dry observational asides, he finds laughs in unusual places
Multi-award winning comedian Tom Taylor has received high praise from audiences and critics alike. His unique brand of musical comedy is smart and silly in equal measure and he can boast an impressive stock of quirky, and very funny, musical one-liners.
In 2013 Tom reached the final of the prestigious So You Think You’re Funny? competition, previously won by Dylan Moran, Lee Mack and Peter Kay. In 2014, he reached the final of the Hobgoblin Comedy Award and, the following year, won the inaugural Great Yorkshire Fringe New Comedian of the Year competition.
Recently, Tom has performed on Radio 2 and Radio 4 Extra as part of the BBC Radio New Comedy Award and has supported John Kearns, Simon Munnery and Abandoman on tour.
His brand of nervous, neurotic musical comedy – coupling deliberately simplistic tunes on an old Casio keyboard with cleverly constructed lyrics and smart wordplay – is an absolute delight.”
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