THREE top comedians will take to the stage at the Lawrence Batley Theatre’s forthcoming Comedy Cellar night.
The line-up includes Daliso Chaponda, Sean Moran and Anthony J Brown as MC.
Comedian Daliso Chaponda, who hails from Malawi, began his comedy career in Canada with the acclaimed one man show Feed This Black Man.
Success swiftly followed and included The Just For Laughs Festival. Westerners Calm Down, his debut solo show at the Edinburgh Festival, received universal acclaim.
Alongside him at the LBT will be effortlessly witty, observational gagster Sean Moran who is fast becoming a fixture at the main comedy venues in the UK and beyond.
They will be joined by MC Anthony J Brown, who cuts a unique on-stage presence with his bleak humour and not the merest hint of profanity.
The comedy night will take place at the LBT on Thursday, March 11 at 8pm. Tickets are £9/7 or NUS £5.
r IF YOU can’t wait that long for a gag feast then head for the LBT tonight.
Back on the theatre’s main stage is sharp-shooting stand-up Sean Hughes with his bittersweet new show What I Meant To Say Was.
Sean was the youngest comic ever to win the Perrier award for his Edinburgh Fringe debut 12 years ago.
Now he’s back on the road with a show bristling with the dark and self-deprecating wit that has kept him at the top of his game ever since.
Sean is recognised as one of the country’s finest stand-ups with an explosive style and quick-fire banter that has made him a household name.
It all kicks off at the LBT tonight at 8pm.