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Comedy Night at The George in Rye, Friday 16th October, 2015

The third of our regular comedy events for 2015, brought to you by the well-established Lonestar Comedy Club. Lonestar run regular club nights across Kent and Sussex and are organising a great show of up and coming talent.

Date: Friday 16th October
Doors open: 19:30hrs
Show starts: 20:00hrs
Pre book: £10.00 Show ticket / £15.00 Show and Curry
Dragons ticket price: £5.00

Please call 01797 222114 to book your tickets or email

Dan Evans - Headliner
For over a decade Dan's twisted logic has been gladdening Stand-Up Comedy audiences across the UK and Ireland. He's also performed his accessible but frequently childish surrealism in front of chubby perspiring ex-pats in Dubai and Oman, and had his grammar rectified by politer crowds in Germany and Holland.

"Skilful and surreal" - The Scotsman
"Original and Inventive" - The Times
"Very, very funny and great delivery. Had to concentrate to keep up with him. Well recommended" - Chortle

Matthew Osborn - Support
Matthew is a hugely talented stand-up who started on the circuit in 2002 and went on to win So you think you're Funny the same year. In 2003 was named Chortle Best Newcomer. Since then he has performed on the UK circuit and abroad in France, Belgium and Monaco. As well as supporting Harry Hill and Al Murray and appearing as part of The Comedy Zone at the Edinburgh festival

"Osborn is as crisp and polished as you might expect and delivered accordingly, with clarity, precision and a fine sense of how each comedy line should be timed" Chortle

Russell Hicks - Compere
Anyone who has seen Russell Hicks knows that it is never the same show twice. Taking a different approach to most comedians, Russell Hicks weaves improvisation with stream of conscious delivery that has moved many audience members to return for two nights in a row. Nothing in this biography can do his act justice other than to say, you just have to see him live.

"Russell was great last night in Cranbrook - doing a middle spot between Gary Delaney and Bob Mills was a tall order but he carried it off with aplomb, you just have to see him live" Lonestar Comedy