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What’s On


Springtime chuckles with..... Saddleworth's Off The Rails Comedy Club


Nobody wants a glum mum on Mother's Day so Saddleworth's Off The Rails Comedy Club have put together a fine array of funnymen for their Sunday 26th March show.


Canadian John Hastings' move to England certainly worked out well with him landing a job with Radio 4 as their comedy correspondent at the Edinburgh Fringe. Sharp punchlines pepper his observational storytelling style and have greatly impressed crowds across Europe.


Oldhamer Mick Ferry's wealth of original material and peerless improvisational skills won him the Best Live Stand Up in the first ever UK Comedy Awards. A regular face at all the better comedy clubs Mick's genial, chatty style makes him the perfect host for the evening. Sean Percival and Rob Thomas complete the line up and dining is available before the show which starts at 8pm prompt.


And what better date could there possibly be for a comedy night than Saturday 1st April? Headlining is the improbably monikered Pierre Hollins who washed dishes in the House of Commons and laboured on a gas pipe line in Qatar before finding his true calling in the Eighties. Pierre covers topics from love and hate, to sex and politics with a totally original voice delivered with charm and wit. Award winning comic James Alderson, Rochdale's Gaye Jones and Rob Riley are the three other fools making up the bill.


Sunday 30th April sees Off The Rails doing what they do best. An eclectic bill of all that's funniest from the UK and international circuit;


Pierre Hollins


Former civil engineer Eleanor Tiernan has performed everywhere from Glastonbury Festival to a biker's bar in the Phillipines. Tour support includes Stewart Lee, Reginald D. Hunter and her better known cousin Tommy. Expect to see a lot more of Eleanor as she is now living in the UK where she makes social faux pas and loses things on public transport.


BBC New Comedy Award Winner Lost Voice Guy (AKA Lee Ridley) speaks via his iPad due to cerebral palsy. After watching Ross Noble perform a lengthy set about Stephen Hawking, Ridley threw down a challenge that he could do the better impression. Noble found this so funny he incorporated it into his act and this spurred Lee on to get on stage himself. A hilarious and heartwarming act. TV's Rob Rouse comperes the evening.


Lost Voice Guy around SADDLEWORTH 44


You can find out full details for all the above shows at www.saddleworthcomedy.co.uk or simply ring Rob on 07874 152 338


www.aroundsaddleworth.co.uk Eleanor Tiernan


Mick Ferry


John Hastings


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