George’s Comedy Club

Fri 7th Feb 2020 to
Fri 3rd Apr
George’s Comedy Club

George’s Comedy Club runs on the first Friday of every month and brings you the very best, hand-picked comedians to Lancashire in an intimate cabaret setting.

Make sure you book early to avoid disappointment! This event sells out every single month!

Line-ups are subject to change

Dates and Line Ups

Friday 7th February

MC Mike Wilkinson

A professional comic for over 10 years, Mike has supported such comedy greats as Peter Kay, Johnny Vegas, Ross Noble, Dave Spikey and Jason Manford on their UK tours.

Overflowing with down to earth Northern charm, Mike has a wonderful laid-back style. The laughs come thick and fast with Wilkinson’s dry humour and razor sharp wit…but hecklers beware, that cheeky grin can lash out and crush a heckler at lightening speed.

Mark Nelson

Since winning the inaugural Scottish Comedian of the Year Award in 2006, barely a year after his first-ever open-spot, Mark Nelson’s mix of dark humour, cutting observations and superb one-liners has seen him firmly established as one of the UK’s biggest-hitting comedy powerhouses.

Matt Bragg

“With a calm and reassuring stage presence, blisteringly sharp and hilariously funny jokes, Matt Bragg is a comedic force to be reckoned with, a refreshingly different performer.” – Scott Bennett (Rob Brydon Tour Support).
“Thoroughly enjoyable” – Reginald D Hunter
“He’s very good. Nice style, great jokes” – Justin Moorhouse

Alex Boardman

A lightening quick ad libber, with a charming edge, Alex is an established MC. His unique brand of “flattery and abuse” proves ever-popular with audiences, and although often dancing deliciously close to the boundaries of what is considered PC, the lack of malice, and warmth to his approach, means everyone feels they’re in on the joke.

Friday 6th March

MC Tez Ilyas

Tez Ilyas hit the ground running. In his first three years as a stand up, he found himself in no less than eight competition finals including the prestigious BBC New Comedy Award and Leicester Mercury New Comedian of the Year.


Elliot Steel

The award winning (Best Debut Show Award: Dave’s Leicester Comedy Festival) comedian presents you with hilarious and honest routines that are gritty real-life tales of growing up on a South London council estate – delivered in his refreshingly individual style. He has appeared on Comedy Central’s Comedy Store and Roast Battle.

Lindsey Davies

Single mother of three who’s been on the comedy circuit on and off for six years. Provides dark, observational anecdotes and stories based around life being a single parent and the difficulties that it brings.
– International selling author of comedy novella, ‘Mr Wrong’
– Regional Finalist at the 2018 Funny Women Awards

Daliso Chaponda

Daliso began his comedy career in Canada with the acclaimed one man show ‘Feed This Black Man’. Following this, he began honing his craft in comedy clubs across the country. He regularly appears in comedy clubs and theatres across the around the world. He has been part of the Melbourne, Edinburgh, Singapore, Cape Town, and Montreal Festivals.

Friday 3rd April

MC Alistair Barrie

Actor, writer and comedian Alistair Barrie is amongst the most sought after comedians on the international comedy circuit. Alistair has performed all over the UK, and across Europe, as well as further afield as, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Macau, Malta, Singapore, Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur, Afghanistan, and at the world’s highest gig on top of a mountain in France.


Christian Reilly

Christian Reilly is one of the country’s top headline comedians and he’s garnered a reputation for barnstorming performances which leaves audiences on a laugh packed high. As former integral part of the Perrier award-winning show Otis Lee Crenshaw and the Black Liars, with comic/songster Rich Hall, Christian’s career has taken him around the world three times. On his way, he received accolades at international festivals and numerous network TV credits in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Britain.




Andy Robinson

Starting as a musician – with a Nineties band named The Carpetsweepers – Andy Robinson moved into comedy when, like others before him, the patter between the songs become more entertaining than the music. At the Glastonbury Festival in 1993, Andy won a competition for aspiring young comedians, then started his own fortnightly club in Dudley to learn his trade before moving into the circuit proper.



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Doors 7.15pm

If you would like to book a group of over 6 please contact the Box Office direct. We make no guarantees that groups of 6+ will be sat together

The venue reserves the right to charge an administration fee for tickets purchased via the box office.


Friday 7th February
Doors: 7.00pmStart: 8.00pm
Friday 6th March
Doors: 7.00pmStart: 8.00pm
Friday 3rd April
Start: 8.00pm


Windsor Suite

Ticket Prices

  • Advance£12
  • Door£14

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