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The Mill’s Comedy Club – November

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Showing on Fri 8th November

Where: Main Auditorium, The Mill Arts Centre Spiceball Park Road, Banbury , OX16 5QE

Tickets from £15.00

Boom! More comedy fun at The Mill.
With comedy tickling stick Tiernan Douieb, rising star Jake Lambert and topped off with the irish charm of Keith Farnan.

Tiernan Douieb is a natural compere. He’s like a big tickling stick… and that’s a good thing. But don’t take our word for it, here are a few reviews from his 2009 Edinburgh Show:
‘An endearing and good natured performer (The Stage)
‘This densely packed set is delivered by a comic with charm and a sweetly boyish perspective….Douieb has an accomplished and charming manner and some genuinely funny material’ (Edinburgh Festivals Magazine)
‘Douieb has more than enough energy to go round, and he’s a hugely engaging onstage presence…’ (British Comedy Guide)

Jake Lambert fell into a career as a stand-up and it’s proven to be a great choice making it to the final of the Amused Moose Final, semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Award, Magner New Comedian of the Year, English Comedian of the year and the Leicester Mercury Acts of the year.

Jake has gone on to support Sean Walsh, Kerry Godliman, Tom Allen and Rob beckett on their UK tours as well as writing on Mock The Week, 8 Out of 10 Cats, The Now Show, News Quiz, Bake Off : The Professionals and bake Off : An Extra Slice.

‘Brilliant One-Liner’ (Chortle)
‘Could easily be a TV star in no time at all’ (Ed Fest Mag)

Keith Farnan
A former solicitor, Keith has the natural ability to delve into themes other comics may shy away from and it is this aptitude that is placing him in the lead of investigative comedians. He has been a regular guest on radio, both in Ireland and the UK, from BBC, RTE, Talk Sport, Today FM, Newstalk and all sorts of other warm and welcoming studios.
Keith Farnan has performed as a stand-up all over the world, from Montreal, to Amsterdam, to Hong Kong.
His television credits include BBC3’s Most Annoying People, One Night Stand (BBC), Liffey Laughs (RTE) and Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC1).
‘… If Eddie Izzard had been Irish, he’d surely have turned out a lot like Keith Farnan’ (The Scotsman)
‘Brilliant, thought-provoking and laugh out loud funny’ (Time Out).


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Friday 08 Nov 2019
Starts: 20:00

Adult £15.00

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