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Heathfield and Waldron

September 29, 2017 Heathfield : Heathfield Rugby Club

Doors open:
7.00
Show starts:
8.00
Pre book:
£12.50 Ticket and Food
Venue:
Heathfield Rugby Club

Featuring

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Andrew Ryan - Headliner

Irishman Andrew Ryan is one of the most exciting talents in recent years; in demand as an act and an MC at the biggest comedy clubs across the UK & Ireland.
Andrew’s quintessentially Irish storytelling abilities and cheeky, friendly demeanour make him a natural observational stand up. He performed his debut hour show ‘Ryanopoly’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012, receiving rave reviews (‘Illuminating debut ★★★★’ – The Metro). In 2014 he returned with his latest show ‘The Life of Ryan’ playing to packed out rooms (‘Going to be a huge star ★★★★’ – Timeout). In 2015 he was at the Edinburgh Festival with his latest show ‘Perfectly Inadequate’. Selling out his run at the Festival and having to put on extra shows.‘Hard not to enjoy’ ★★★★ Daily Record. ‘An hour of hilarious comedy’ ★★★★ Edfestmag.

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Alasdair Beckett-King - Support

Alasdair won New Act of the Year (formerly Hackney Empire) in 2014 and has featured on BBC radio as a comedian and sketch writer. He’s performed stand-up across the UK, in the Glastonbury Cabaret Tent and at the Edinburgh Fringe. He knows quite a lot about 19th century magicians. Tourists often ask to have their photo taken with him, presumably impressed by this.

“Delicious writing and exceptional observations” – Corry Shaw, Chortle

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Danny Ward - Compere

Danny Ward’s observational humour is up-beat and well honed, and his easy-going style both endearing and very funny. One of the new breed of comics with a high energy set not reliant on smut or swearing, Danny started comedy in late 2008 and has since established himself as an up and coming comic to watch.

“This is top quality stand up that should have filled the venue twice over. I implore you to go and see him” Three Weeks, 4 stars, Edinburgh Festival Aug 2010