The last 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 24th 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 email@example.com
Tom Deacon - Headliner
Tom has been performing live stand-up for the last six years - with three Edinburgh solo shows under his belt - and has been the host of his own TV, radio and online shows on BBC2, BBC Radio1 and YouTube football channel Copa90 - where his Eurofan escapades have notched up over 1 million views. Tom has made guest appearances on BBC2's The Rob Brydon Show, Dave's One Night Stand and ITV2's Fake Reaction and this year he performed at The Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow in sold-out, 1000-seater theatres.
'A mighty fine comic' The Guardian
'With looks, confidence, charm and great material; expect other comics to lynch him" The Sunday Times
Pat Cahill - Support
Combining off-beat jokes with songs about dying pets and choice fatigue, Cahill's unpretentiously surreal and absurd outlook has seen him win the New Act of the Year (formerly Hackney Empire) 2012, Amused Moose Laugh-Off 2011 and Cavendish Arms New Act 2011 as well as securing him finalist positions in the BBC New Comedy Award 2011, Up the Creek One to Watch and Latitude New Act of the Year 2011.
"Saw him win the New Act of the Year competition in 2012 - was excellent" Lonestar Comedy
Jason Patterson - Compere
Jason Patterson absolutely sounds the part. He's got a rich, deep voice that oozes confidence, and a perfectly measured delivery that gives him instant authority. Jason started out in comedy in 2006 and since then he's performed at comedy clubs all over the UK, he brings the house down with his relaxed style of comedy that leaves the audience wanting more.
"Probably the most consistently funny comic on the circuit. Always wins the crowd over with ease and tickles the funny bone every single time" - Chortle