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The Leadmill Comedy Club
January 8 | 19:00£5
The most exciting, emerging stand up comedians from the UK’s prestigious comedy circuit!
For our January show, we will be moving the event to the second Wednesday of the month!
Advanced tickets: General Admission from £7, Table Tickets (Seats up to 4 people and guarantees a table) £32.
Student Tickets are only £5!
Tickets often sell out, make sure to get yours in advance to guarantee your spot!
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] 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.
Expect elegant storytelling courtesy of one of the finest and most original comics in the UK. Sony Award Winner, Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee, Chortle & Time Out Award winner and Star of Radio 4 and BBC 2.
‘Magical storytelling… a rare talent… hysterical & accomplished’ Time Out
One of the best-hidden gems on the circuit. Brummie Lindsey recounts tales of her misadventures in life, all in her trademark down to earth, side-splitting style.
Lindsey has earned a place in the finals of both The English Comedian of the Year and Funny Women competitions and also pops up regularly on the radio appearing on BBC Radio 2 & 4, Brum Radio, BBC West Midlands and Black Country Radio.
Join one of the North Easts most natural storytellers who’s often described as ‘like hanging out with one of your mates’.
Tony is refreshingly honest in tackling everyday subjects, as well as some slightly more thought-provoking ideas, as he searches for an idealist lifestyle.
‘Wonderful, terriﬁc, life-aﬃrming stuﬀ’ Skinny
Tony was the winner of the prestigious City Life comedian of the year, came runner up in So You Think Your Funny and was nominated for best stand up and writer at the North West comedy awards. He is also a founder member of the topical MEN at work team at the Comedy Store in Manchester, one of the regular comperes at the long established Frog and Bucket Comedy club and has supported household names including Jenny Eclair and Johnny Vegas on National Theatre tours. Tony is also a successful writer. He wrote on the first two series of cult BBC 3 sitcom Ideal, co-wrote a Radio4 comedy, The Nightclass, with Johnny Vegas “first rate acting….great characterisation and clever writing….”, and penned his own seven part BBC sitcom The Visit, which played to much acclaim on both BBC3 and BBC1.