Lost Voice Guy at Tennants

Please share the news
  • 11
    Shares

Loading Map....

Date/Time
Date(s) - 06/03/2020
7:00pm - 10:00pm

Location
Tennants Auctioneers

Harmby Road
Leyburn

DL8 5SG


An unmissable line up of some of the country’s brightest comedy talent will be taking to the stage in Leyburn this March, headline by Britain’s Got Talent Winner Lost Voice Guy.  AKA Lea Ridley who hails from County Durham, Lost Voice Guy will be bringing his unique brand of humour to The Garden Rooms where he will be joined by fellow award-winning Northern comedians Nina Gilligan and Jack Gleadow and MC for the evening Sam Harland.

Nina Gilligan is described as a ‘bolshier’ version of Mrs. Merton; a Comedian of the Year finalist whose act has been described as ‘warm and funny’ and ‘an amazing comic with wit and an interesting character’.

Comedian and Hull local, Jack Gleadow, is described as one of the most unique performers on the UK comedy circuit today. He takes his inspiration from the golden era of variety; Jack is the One-Man Variety Show with the use of sounds, stories, jokes and a scooter! Jack is a previous winner of The Great Yorkshire Fringe Comedian of the Year and is preparing for his debut solo show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

The evening’s MC Sam Harland draws on his wealth of experience to bring you a humorously cynical (yet optimistic) slant on life. Sharp witted and charismatic, Sam has been performing stand-up since 2006 and is a real audience pleaser.

This unmissable line up will be on stage on 6th March at The Garden Rooms at Tennants, Leyburn and tickets, which are £15, are on sale now – visit www.tennantsgardenrooms.com or call 01969 621146.






Please share the news
  • 11
    Shares

 

Support the Harrogate Informer

The Harrogate Informer is asking our readers to support local independent journalism.

We are editorially independent and publish without bias or influence – there is not a rich investor or shareholders that we answer to.

Good journalism is a valuable part of a community, but we want to do more.

Good journalism is about meeting people and covering a story. Our aim is to offer a wide range of news items and present them in an interesting way for all ages.

We are asking our readers to make a small donation, either as a one-off donation or a regular donation each month. Support can be from as little as £1

All contributions are appreciated, whether big or small. It enables us to expand the work that we are already doing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

Wesley Centre Concerts Lunchtime Chamber Music

Moorcroft, Goldsborough
Next Story

Moorcroft Snowdrop sensation at Goldsborough Hall