St Andrew’s Church, Lindsay Street, NN16 8RG

SHOW STARTS 8pm  Tickets £9 (plus booking fee) HERE

Your host, Nick Wills welcomes on January 20th:


Headliner: GEORGE EGG

“A hugely entertaining variety turn” The Guardian

Wildly brandishing the worlds’ second largest briefcase containing a
battery of ridiculous props, George bounds onto the stage to perform one of
the most original, interesting, innovative, and sweetly whimsical comedy
performances you are ever likely to see. He has been hailed as ‘a Tommy
Cooper for the twenty first century’ and through tears of laughter you’ll
see why. A true cross between alternative stand-up comedy and music hall

George Egg has been a professional stand-up comedian for the last two
decades. He has an extremely successful solo show with which he has toured
in Germany, Switzerland, Holland, Belgium, Spain, Austria, France and of
course extensively in the United Kingdom, both on the stage and on the
television, and more recently has been the support act for Lee Mack, Mickey
Flannagan and Jack Dee.

‘It is refreshing to encounter a performer who really is unique.’

‘My find of the Fringe.’

‘Absolutely glorious.’


From Oldham, Dominic spent 6 years working his way up the McManagement
ladder at McDonalds. In 2001 he threw in the McTowel when he saw comedy as a
way out of his McJob. Since then he has quickly risen to a regular performer
on the professional stand-up circuit. Dom’s confident and cheeky (sometimes
grumpy) persona charms audiences as he paints images of the quirky people he
meets. Always in demand as headliner, support and compare he performs
regularly all over the UK.

He has performed live on BBC 2 and ITV and was a regular in MEN@Work The
Comedy Store’s topical show in Manchester.

Nominated for Best Breakthrough Act at the Northwest Comedy Awards 2004.

His set is a fast paced ride through his life and the things that annoys
him most. He explains in sidesplitting detail why he hates driving, gives an
invaluable lesson on how to steal from the post office and reveals all about
his days behind the McDonalds counter.

“Effortless delivery” The Times

“Engaging material” Manchester Evening News

“Dominic has a keen eye for observational comedy and genuine funny bones.”

“Insightful and humorous observations.” Guardian


Preston’s very own funnyman. Tony Vino (**** The Scotsman) has been touring
the comedy scene since early 2005. Well aware of social and political issues
he mixes friendly well thought out observational humour with audience
interaction and quick witted responses. A finalist in 2006 Funny Bones
competition, Tony has enjoyed recognition as a comedian and comedy compere
of renown. His life and interests are wide ranging and so is the subject
matter he weaves together on stage.

“A Great Show the assured Tony Vino copes with a mixed audience really
well” Kate Copstic, The Scotsman

“Uplifting style, great delivery and consistently funny throughout” BBC

“Tony is very funny, a class act and always comes up with the goods” Darren
Goddard, Greenbelt Festival Events

“Life Affirming Comedy” BBC1 Heaven & Earth Show

“Such a class act” Sorted Magazine

“Tony Vino makes me laugh on and off stage. He’s always funny and has some
of the same letters as my name”. Tim Vine

“Like my boots Tony knows how to give a joke welly!” Jimmy Cricket