Shoe Cake Comedy celebrates its 1st Anniversary in Stockton with no fewer than eight talented comedians on the bill for a night of free comedy.
On its usual monthly slot on the first Thursday of every month, Robson Stroud, support act for Charlie Chuck from ‘Uncle Peter from Vic and Bob Fame’, will act as MC. An actor from Leeds, Stroud has performed in 12 plays in West Yorkshire and Cornwall’s Minack Theatre including Wuthering Heights.
Renowned comedian, Ross Brierley, will also be making an appearance. Part of ‘The Not So Late Show’ with Joshua Sadler, Brierley will bring his hilarious routines from shows performed at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and will end the night by previewing his new Edinburgh show, ‘Accumulator’.
Further performers on the night will include Stockton born Leon Brown who describes himself as ‘a self-deprecatory storyteller that talks about a variety of personal subjects and experiences.’
Cara Pol, an Italian comedian who performed as part of ‘The 2017 Women in Comedy Festival’, will also perform at the event.
Durham-born ‘Purely Belter’ actor and ‘Yorkshire Fringe Act of the year 2016 semi-finalist’, Liam Elcoat, will also fit the bill on the night.
Irish comedian and 2008 ‘So You Think You’re Funny’ semi-finalist, Kieran Lawless, will also perform on the same bill as Simon D Kennedy, a Newcastle-based comedian.
Local comedian from Newcastle, Stuart Edwards, will also feature in the celebrations, as the newest comedian with only two years’ experience.
So if you fancy a laugh this month, head to Musiclounge in Stockton and help Shoe Cake Comedy Club celebrate what has been an extremely successful year for the promoters.
Show Cake Comedy’s 1st Anniversary night will take place at the Musiclounge in Stockton on Thursday 3rd May from 8:00pm until 10:30pm. The event is free entry.