Plenty of laughter at city’s Glee Club

Mick Ferry
Mick Ferry

There is a busy month of comedy gigs coming up during January at Nottingham Glee Club.

First up, on Saturday, January 11, you can see Mick Ferry, Imran Yusuf and Scott Bennett on the bill.

One of the finest British comedians working today, Mick Ferry appears regularly at clubs around the country including The Comedy Store.

A prolific writer, Mick was responsible for much of John Bishop’s Britain and BBC3’s Smalltime.

He has also appeared in Ken Loach’s acclaimed film Looking For Eric, and TV-wise he’s been seen on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live among others.

On Saturday, January 18, you can see David Trent, Andrew Ryan and two other as-yet-unannounced comics.

David Trent is a Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee 2012, for his breakthrough show ‘Spontanaeous Comedian’.

He previously reached the final of the coveted Hackney Empire New Act of The Year award.

Up until this point, in his own words he ‘singlehandedly failed to make any impression whatsoever on the UK comedy scene since August 2006’. He is a phenomenon so come and see him.

On both January 24-25, you can see performances by stand-up aces Jason John Whitehead, Ian Moore, John Fothergill, Kai Humphries

As well as his home country of Canada, JJ Whitehead has delighted stages across the globe with his winning brand of world-class comedy fireworks. He is a regular at International comedy festivals in Australia, New Zealand, Holland and Edinburgh. A standout performer on the UK circuit, he is often a sought-after headline act.

Call the box office on 0871 472 0400.