‘Stand-up of the very highest order’ – City Life
‘Inspired storytelling and wickedly witty asides mixed with fantastic vocal mimicry’ – bbc.co.uk
As seen playing ‘Kenny Senior’ in Channel 4′s ‘Phoenix Nights’ and ‘Max and Paddy’s Road To Nowhere’ as well as on the enormously successful ‘Jumping On The Bandwagon’ UK theatre stand-up tour with Paddy McGuinness. He has further TV credits including ‘Coronation Street’, ‘Shameless’, ‘Emmerdale’ and ‘The Street’.
Archie is an effortless master of bone dry anecdotes laced with a pinch of well-aimed vitriol and served with a garnish of razor-sharp song parodies. Tawdry cookery analogies aside Mr Kelly is a dynamite comedic entity who will ensure belly laughs a-plenty and is a headline performer all over Britain and beyond.
Elliot J Huntley
‘It was most impressive how effortlessly he commanded the crowd courtesy of some cracking gags, superb comic songs and old school onstage poise’ – What’s On
With a fabulous array of highly inventive tall-tales and gently twisted punchlines regarding relationships, fatherhood and hanging around low quality nightclubs in the grim hope of an extra curricular dalliance, Elliot’s comedic terrain is constantly entertaining. With his self-confessed oily superficial goodwill he manages to charm even the most stoic of audiences with his playful patter and slew of hilariously ribald songs performed on mandolin and laced with instantly memorable couplets.
‘He showed significant promise, stalking the stage in a charcoal suit and delivering finely honed, caustic one-liners with a panache many a comedy circuit regular would be eager to emulate. We’ve definitely not heard the last of him’ – Huddersfield Examiner
Ribticklers Comedy Award Winner 2011 in his first ever gig. Flash, eh?
Compere – Anthony J Brown
‘Hilarious ad-libs and wicked one-liners from an infectiously funny performer’ – The List
Clad in a sartorially edifying manner, like a dapper and dandy funeral director, Anthony cuts a unique on-stage presence with humour blacker than a raven that’s slammed it’s claw in a coffin lid. And not the merest hint of profanity. The overall effect is both perversely hypnotic and wholly original, leaving the audience zealously hanging on to every syllable like turncoat lemmings on a rockface. Jongleurs/Metro “Stand & Deliver” Award winner and former BBC New Comedy Award Runner-up he is a regular contributor to Radio 2′s “The Arthur Smith Lectures”.
Stagefright Comedy Club
Tel: 01943 609539
Doors 7.30pm Show starts 8pm sharp.
Saturday 20th October
Elliot J Huntley
Anthony J Brown