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Date: Saturday 09th February 2019
Time: 08:00pm10:30pm
Doors Open at 7pm with the show set to end approx 10.30pm

Not one, not two, but three comedians off the telly are appearing at our next Live At The Civic comedy show on Saturday February 9th 

Rachel Parris is an award-winning musical comedian and improviser, currently on telly screens in BBC2’s The Mash Report and soon to appear on Live At The Apollo.

Paul Sinha, aka “The Sinnerman” on ITV prime time quiz show The Chase, is a trained medical doctor who has been a successful comedian for a number of years. He has been nominated three times as Best Club Comedian at the Chortle Awards, winning in 2014.

Tez Ilyas is one of the fastest rising stand-ups in the country, and made his first appearance on Live At The Apollo last week. Blackburn-born Tez has also appeared on Mock The Week and stars in sitcom Man Like Mobeen.

The show will be hosted as ever by resident MC Wayne Beese, from Dudley, dubbed by Joe Lycett as “one of the sharpest comperes I have ever worked with”.

*Doors and bar open at 7pm, show starts around 8pm*

*Over 18s only

*Line up may be subject to change

Date: Friday 05th April 2019
Time: 07:30pm09:30pm
Doors Open at 6.45pm

Join Vicky Michelle and the Hormonal Housewives as they blast their witty way through a catalogue of women’s bits: weight gain, weight loss, mood swings, moody teenagers, men, zumba, therapy, housework, homework, electrolysis, men, sex, working out, staying in, going out, bikini waxes, celebrity gossip, eating, not eating, chocolate, wine, more chocolate, social media, more wine, and all the other joys of being a 21st century woman! 
No subject is taboo for these girls and no thought is too private as the challenges of modern womanhood are sliced, diced and put to rights.  And that’s not all – audiences will be treated to some of the very best bits from the previous tour of this smash-hit show. 
A seriously funny evening – what these women can’t teach you about modern womanhood isn’t worth knowing… 

Tickets £24

**Suitable for ages 14+
“Ticked all the right boxes – the audience loved it.”  (Edinburgh Evening News) “The show is slick, fun, cheeky, smart and topical.” (Manchester Evening News) “’Hormonal Housewives’ hits the proverbial spot for the hordes of females who are hell bent on having a laugh at both their own expense and that of the male species.” (The Stage) 

Date: Saturday 24th August 2019
Time: 08:00pm10:30pm
Doors Open at 7pm

Funny Beeseness Present yet another superb night of comedy here at the Civic bringing the best names in comedy to your doorstep at a fantastic price.

Jonathan Pie is a well known and respected roving news reporter working for a well known and respected UK news broadcaster…but he has a problem. The problem is he has an opinion. And a boss called Tim. After just four episodes actor Tom Walker’s creation Jonathan Pie: Reporter went globally viral with to date over 30 million views of the now infamous clip where he “lost his shit” outside the houses of parliament. His infamous video after the US elections has now been seen in excess of 160 million times. He has performed around the world and has sold out prestigious venues such as the Hammersmith Apollo and the London Palladium.

The Raymond & Mr Timpkins Revue simply have to be seen to be believed! They are without a doubt the maddest, silliest, stupidest, cleverest, strangest and everything else-ist as well as the funniest double act of comedians on the circuit. They're a prop/music driven double act, professionally dancing about and holding up words and pictures since 2004.

For more than a decade Jo Enright has worked with many of the UK’s leading comedy writers and directors. Appearing alongside Peter Kay in Phoenix Nights, with Steve Coogan in I’m Alan Partridge and playing the female lead Sue, in Life’s Too Short, directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant. Jo has recently received rave reviews for the part of Angela in three series of ITV’s The Job Lot. Her comedy awards include the 2002 Chortle Award for ‘The Best Female Circuit Comic’ and the 2001 ‘Best Female on the Jongleurs Comedy Circuit’ award.

Hosting the night and holding things together will be our resident MC, Wayne Beese - described by Joe Lycett as "one of the sharpest comperes I have ever had the pleasure of working with!"

* Line up may be subject to change
* Over 18s only
* Doors and bar open 7pm, show starts approximately 8pm