THERE are just a few tickets remaining for locals to grab a seat and be entertained at Saddleworth’s Off The Rails Comedy Club this month.
There are only 20 twenty tickets for the show on Saturday, October 14 at the Royal George pub in Greenfield, which will feature three acts making their debut.
Elliot Steel is making big waves in UK stand up at the moment – partly because of his father, comedian, writer and broadcaster Mark.
Elliot may not share a lot of his father’s views but he’s every bit as funny, and his hilarious and honest routines are gritty real-life tales of growing up on a South London council estate.
Also on the bill is Mosside’s Vince Atta, who will give an introduction to hip hop using a multi-track looper and pedals.
Vince creates live on-the-spot Hip-Hop/Reggae/Techno/anything, hilariously fusing it with stand-up and storytelling to creating the most infectious songs you’re ever likely to hear.
Rounding off the line-up is Tamar Broadbent while compere for the evening is Rob Riley.
Tickets cost £12 on the door (if tickets left!) or £10 in advance from the pub or book online. Doors open at 8pm for show at 8.30pm.
Then beat the trick or treaters at their own game on Sunday, October 29 at a comedy Halloween Special.
MC Martin Mor introduces bad boy of comedy and long time OTR favourite Ian Cognito alongside Ripperologist, steam punk, transvestite and just downright plain funny Andrew O’Neill and the open spot is Tony Wright.
Tickets cost 8.50 from behind the bar, book online or risk it on the night. Doors open at 7.30pm for a show at 8pm.