Charity Comedy Night for Paint Altrincham Blue
When it has been a hard week and the weekend still feels too far away, then what better way to relax than to head out to a comedy club for a laugh. This show is the perfect environment to chat to meet some new people and discover who shares your sense of humour.
Join us for an unforgettable night of laughter and support at the Paint Altrincham Blue 2023 Comedy Night!
Prepare to be entertained by a stellar line-up of comedic talent that will have you rolling in the aisles! We've got an incredible roster of comedians lined up just for you
Hayley Ellis: Double award winner, Best MC, and Best solo show. Get ready for her hilarious anecdotes and razor-sharp wit that will leave you in stitches! Hayley has supported tour for Sarah Millican, Jason Manford, Ellie Taylor and John Bishop.
Dan Tiernan: The BBC New Comedian of the Year' & 'British Comedian of the Year' 2022. is bringing his A-game to the stage. His unique style and quick-fire delivery will have you laughing non-stop!
LJ Francis: Brace yourself as LJ Francis takes the spotlight. His infectious energy and relatable humour has a cancer survivor will have you laughing until your sides hurt.
Nina Gilligan: Crowned the 2023 Club Comedian of the Year, Nina Gilligan is a force to be reckoned with. Her sharp observational humour and captivating storytelling will keep you engaged throughout the night. Nina is regarded as one of the very best on the comedy circuit, traveling the country with her shows and act.
But that's not all! This event is not just about laughter; it's about making a difference. We're proud to support and raise awareness for men's health issues, with a particular focus on prostate and testicular cancer, as well as mental health in Altrincham. By attending the Paint Altrincham Blue Comedy Night, you'll be contributing to a worthy cause while having a fantastic time!
What our Members Say.
“What a fantastic night! Our host Jen was lovely. Great group. We got to see some big name comedians alongside newcomers preparing for the Fringe.”
“I am not sure who made me laugh more, the comedians or the banter between the group. Either way my sides hurt. Good Times.”