Join us for an unforgettable evening in the Pavilion Theatre on Saturday 11th May.
The Late show features top comedians Kate Smurthwaite, Danny McLoughlin, Steve Shanyaski.
"When it comes to political comedy The News At Kate is the cream of the crop" Broadway Baby
"one of the wittiest gun-slingers I’ve ever seen on stage" The Spectator
"This is a fun show. Proper funny fun... a polished comedy hour." Kate Copstick - The Scotsman
"an inclusive and important narrative on our society ...a brilliant comedian " ScotsGay
Kate Smurthwaite is a left-wing, feminist, atheist, polyamorous comedian and activist.
Kate is often a guest on news and debate shows and is well known for her forthright opinions and campaigning work. Appearances include the BBC’s flagship political debate show Question Time as well as BBC 1’s The Big Questions.
She also writes for publications from Cosmopolitan to both The Guardian and The Independent and is a writer for the UK’s leading political satire show Have I Got News For You?
“His innate comic timing, insightful digressions and ability to think on his feet puts him alongside the most talented and genuinely funny comedians”Three weeks
With an amiable, confident stage presence and sharp material Danny has rapidly risen to become a regular performer at some of the best and most respected clubs in the country.
This charming and charismatic comedian has a razor sharp wit and is a master of improvisation.
He is also in demand as tour support for some of the biggest names in UK comedy and has been hand picked to support a number of high profile acts on tour including; Micky Flanagan, Sarah Millican, Doc Brown and Sean Lock.
Danny has also been gracing the small screen, appearing on Al Murray’s ‘One Night Stand’ (Dave) and the ‘Premier League Show’ (BBC Two) and recently took to the radio waves to co-host one of Jason Manford’s Sunday morning shows for Absolute Radio.
“LOL’ing all over at him” – Sara Cox, Radio 1
“A very, very funny man” - Rob Ellis, Capital FM
Endlessly charming, Steve’s inherent warmth and cheeky, roguish twinkle shines through his material, elevating him to quite another level as a performer.
Within the first six months of his comedy career he made it through to the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedian of the Year and the North West Comedian of the Year Final.
Since then he has gone from strength to strength. Combining surreal observations with wildly tangential imaginings, his off kilter set pieces have audiences fully immersed in ‘Stevie World’ as he leads them down the charming avenues of his inner mind.
His whirlwind performances and thrilling routines have constantly proven a hit with even the quietest crowds… the key to his act being his energy and silliness.
He has performed his comedy throughout the world: to an audience as diverse as bikers in a field, to royalty in a theatre, and never ceases to go down a storm.