Live at the Civic Comedy Night, Saturday 8th February 2020
Time: 08:00pm → 10:15pm
Another amazing night of comedy here Live At The Civic!
The self-titled "German Comedy Ambassador to the United Kingdom".
This is not the easiest of jobs because Germans allegedly do not have a sense of humour. Henning does not find that funny.
He took office in October 2003 after watching an open mic night that left him convinced that he wouldn’t be all that much worse. Wehn has been performing as the self-styled ‘German Comedy Ambassador’ ever since.
As seen on a whole host of TV programmes including Live At The Apollo, Would I Lie To You, QI, Have I Got News For You and Room 101.
A consummate stand-up who employs a deadly combination of charm and menace to exert a masterful control over any audience.
A highly original and quirky performer, Roger Monkhouse'`s trademark stage-prowling style and curious, inimitable manner have established him as one of the hottest names on the comedy circuit.
Supremely confident, with audience banter down to an art form, Roger is happy to improvise freely but has no shortage of first class material in his armoury.
A master of observational comedy with a routine that is universally and unfailingly hysterical. A sought after compere and headliner across the UK and internationally.
“Unfailingly entertaining and skilfully able to pull punch lines, seemingly, out of thin air” Chortle
Lovable scally Nige is the creation of failed singer/musician Keith Carter and saved him from a life of temping.
Nige’s seventh comedy gig was as a finalist for the BBC New Comedy Awards in 2001, since then he has travelled throughout the world, supporting many top comics such as Ricky Gervais and Johnny Vegas. in 2005.
Capital of Culture judge, Sir Jeremy Isaacs was quoted in the news as saying, ‘He helped Liverpool win the bid,’ after seeing Carter’s comic creation and Liverpool cult hero, ‘Nige’ perform at the cultural bid show for the judges.
The two highlights of Keith’s showbiz career are having his one and only single played by John Peel and accidentally knocking George Martin into an ice sculpture whilst drunk. Carter is proficient on guitar, harmonica and piano and can’t believe he is getting away with not having a proper job. He is currently waiting for someone to tap him on the shoulder to tell him it’s all over.
Hosted by resident MC Wayne Beese
* Over 18s only
* Line up may be subject to change, a top quality comedy show always guaranteed
* Doors and bar open at 7pm, show starts at 8pm