September 13, 2019 at Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book
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- Whitemead Forest Park - call 01594 560 400 to book
Duncan Oakley - Headliner
Duncan Oakley has musical skills that would easily fit into many rock bands and performs an infectious mix of musical comedy and stand up that has seen him become one of the leading headliners in the business.
With an eye and ear for the silly, rude, playful and downright irritating occurrences of life Duncan musters up songs that not only make you laugh, they bury into the recesses of your mind and find you a humming tune with a smile on your face three days later, confused and wondering where it’s come from.
Duncan has performed for nearly 10 years on the UK and international stand up circuit and an easy confidence and good natured banter make him a regular at all the best venues. Lesser musical comedians hide behind their guitars and use them as a shield but his is definitely a sword as audiences who have been slain with laughter will gladly testify!
“Unlike some musical comics who rely on a guitar to get them through, Oakley’s routine deftly mixes the tunes with the stand-up” – City Life
Debra Jane Appleby - Support
Winner of both The Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year, and Funny Women Comedy Award in 2005, Debra Jane Appelby is fast becoming one of the most popular comedians on the circuit.
“Hands down the funniest female comedian I have ever seen. A no-nonsense Yorkshire lass, Debra climbed on to the stage and was blunt and unapologetic in her approach from the offset” Worksop Guardian
Pat Gallagher - Compere
Pat Gallagher is a Birmingham born comic who lives in the hot bed of comedy that is the Forest of Dean. He is arguably one of the best unsigned acts in comedy today.
He remains unsigned principally because he loves a good argument.
He headlines gigs throughout the South West and South Wales and is a regular compere for us here at Lonestar Comedy.
‘Pat Gallagher is a genius. Saw him MC last night, it’s great to watch him go from friendly chatting to outrageously funny and back again without missing a beat or even acknowledging it. Class.’ Chortle