TWO top comedians are preparing to have audiences rolling in the aisles when they visit Huddersfield next month.
Tony Burgess and Barry Dodds will perform at the Lawrence Batley Theatre’s Comedy Cellar on October 2.
Tony was a 2004 nominee for the best stand-up comic and writer at the North West Comedy Awards, an accolade which led to writing jobs on BBC comedy Ideal and Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
He has also written material for comedians including Lily Savage, Brian Conley, Johnny Vegas and Steve Coogan.
Barry Dodds has taken the national comedy circuit by storm with his mix of dark and irrepressibly cheeky material.
His down-to-earth observational humour and Geordie wit make him a stand-up natural.
He first took to he stage at 21 and is now a firm favourite with audiences at clubs including The Stand, The Frog and Bucket and Opus. He even claims to have been the first ever comedian to perform on Luxembourg TV!
The entertainment on October 2 will be compered by Anthony J Brown.
Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. Entry costs £9 or £7 with an NUS card. You can buy tickets at the box office on 01484 430528.
But if you fancy getting in for free, why not try our caption competition?
Simply come up with a comical caption for our picture of these footballing chickens below and send it to Katie Campling, Huddersfield Examiner, Queen Street South, HD1 3DU or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries must be in by Thursday, September 25.