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Comedy Night at The George in Rye, Friday 14th March, 2014

The first of our regular comedy events for 2014, 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 14th March
Doors open: 19:30hrs
Show starts: 20:00hrs
Pre book: £10.00 Show ticket / £15.00 Show and Curry

Please call 01797 222114 to book your tickets or email events@thegeorgeinrye.com

Silky - Headliner

Liverpudlian-in-exile Silky has been a full time comedian since 1997 - his press quotes say it all…….

'Silky was upsettingly funny, biting without alienating the audience… left me with aching stomach muscles, teary eyes and a need to buy more anti-wrinkle cream for the laughter lines around my eyes.' - BBC Online

'A central figure on the UK comedy circuit. Come see the funny man, find out for yourselves.' - Evening Chronicle (Newcastle)

'Officially one of the loveliest comics on the circuit' - Motion Magazine

'Skilful and entertaining… Silky's audience banter is sans pareil' - Time Out


Stuart Goldsmith - Support
Stuart Goldsmith Stuart's infectious banter channels the effortless charisma and quick-fire timing honed over a youth misspent as a street performer. He is equally sought-after as an act and an MC, performing regularly for Avalon, Off The Kerb, The Glee Club, The Banana Cabaret, The Comedy Company, Up The Creek and Bound & Gagged.

'Sparky goings-on and charm to spare, as Stuart Goldsmith marries pitch-perfect audience repartee with cleverly woven tales of the everyday' - The Independent

"A supremely talented stand-up, with a wonderfully funny view of the world and an effortless charm" - Time Out


Angie McEvoy - Compere
Angie McEvoy has a sweet and laid back stage persona, fused with a dry and cutting wit. She regularly performs, either as compere or performing a set in major venues around the UK, such as Highlights, The Glee and Jongleurs.

Angie launched her career at the Edinburgh Festival in 2000, when she was voted runner-up in the BBC New Comedy Awards. She has since become a very skilled performer and achieved critical acclaim.

'Always enjoyable…Angie McEvoy deserves her own TV show…….My favourite new comedian by Miles' Time Out Magazine

'Angie McEvoy's laid-back delivery hides a wicked incisiveness that can catch you off guard - as indeed it's meant to' Theatre Guide London

"Her conversational delivery is a treat but the chatty tone conceals some surprisingly cutting routines" The Guardian