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Corn Hall Comedy – March

Venue: The Corn Hall

This month our headliner is Omid Singh. He's a brilliant American comic who has just arrived in the country for a year – and we’ve bagged him. You could see him doing a solo show at The Comedy Store in Manchester but that’d cost you over £20!

He'll be joined by three equally talented comedians. It's going to be another great night!

OMID SINGH – Raised in a multicultural family (half Indian, half Iranian), he has lived in more than a dozen different cities across two continents. From the suburbs of Orange County to Texas to Dubai, his unique upbringing—and rapidly growing facial hair— have influenced his comedy, making him a diverse performer who connects with every type of audience.

Credits:

Road to Roast Battle on Comedy Central

Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club in Las Vegas

Opening act for Maz Jobrani

JOJO SMITH MC – National late night TV personality, global Internet star and worldwide comedy icon, JoJo made her TV stand-up debut on Craig Charles' late night ITV show, The Funky Bunker. Audiences loved her laid-back presenting style and 'in yer face with a twinkle in her eye' brand of comedy. She now regularly tops the bills at venues all over the UK.

'Raunchy comedienne, very, very, very, funny'    London Evening Standard

SCOTT BENNETT – One of the fastest rising stars on the UK circuit – he was tipped as one of the ‘Ones to watch for 2018’ by respected industry online magazine, Chortle – Scott Bennett delivers wry observations on the absurdity of modern living with a warm, engaging persona.

‘Fabulous turns of phrase and pungent expressions, superb character creations’ Edinburgh Fringe Review 2015, Chortle

JAMES BRAN – Another fast-rising talent in demand on the comedy circuit, James Bran is refreshingly different, whilst still appealing to mainstream comedy audiences.

'…engaging, original and very funny'   The Good Ship Comedy Club

'A hard act to follow'     Three Weeks

Comedy and friends is the perfect combination, so grab a bunch of your mates, book 6 or more tickets and we’ll reserve you a table (subject to availability).

Min age 18 / Food and bar from 6.30pm

‘Fabulous turns of phrase and pungent expressions, superb character creations’
Edinburgh Fringe Review 2015, Chortle on Scott Bennett