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The Leadmill Comedy Club
April 3 | 19:00£5
The most exciting, emerging stand up comedians from the UK’s prestigious comedy circuit! The first Wednesday of every month!
Advanced tickets: General Admission from £6, Table Tickets (Seats up to 4 people and guarantees a table) £28.
Student Tickets are only £5!
Tickets often sell out, make sure to get yours in advance to guarantee your seat!
Also available on the night, a delicious plate of award winning Mexican food from Sheffield’s own amazing Street Food Chef.
Need more information? E-mail us at [email protected]ill.co.uk or by phone: 0114 2727 040 Please note: Acts are subject to change without prior notice, explicit language and imagery may be used by acts during the event and sometimes, even a bit of nudity.
Susie McCabe’s rise through the ranks of Scottish stand up has
been nothing short of meteoric. Her brilliant storytelling, acute observations and killer punchlines have made her one of most sought after performers in the UK. Susie can regularly be found headlining at top comedy clubs all over Scotland such as the Stand and Monkey Barell. Susie has also supported the likes of Ardal O’Hanlon, Zoe Lyons and Stewart Francis on their national tours and last month
Susie appeared at the Royal Albert Hall Teenage Cancer Trust Comedy Gala.
High octane comedy and fun from hilarious Irishman and Craic-seeker. His delightful story telling and gags have seen him perform on numerous TV shows including Russell Howard’s Good News but live on stage is where he really shines
Original and talented new act making waves on the comedy circuit having already made it to the Funny Women finals as well as the Frog & Bucket World Series.
Described as ‘An expert gag craftsman’ George followed in the footsteps of of Jack Whitehall and Sarah Millican to win the Amused National New Comic Award at the Edinburgh Fringe. He has since won a bunch of other titles, placed Runner Up in the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year and BBC New Comedy Award, was hand-picked to perform as part of the Pleasance Reserve, supported Romesh Ranganathan on tour and played to three thousand people at the Edinburgh Playhouse as part of the Comedy Gala. You can currently catch George on the new Stand Up sketch Show on ITV.